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Dems thought they'd found a solution to convince Republicans to extend benefits...Jose Luis Magana/AP It's been seven months since Congress let long-term unemployment insurance benefits lapse, but last week only brought more bad news for the job
Despite promises of reform, veterans in Nevada continue to suffer the longest waits in the nation to have disability claims completed by the Department of Veterans Affairs, Sen. Dean Heller on Wednesday told a top VA official trying to turn around
Bills to renew emergency unemployment insurance were introduced in both the Senate and House this week, reviving an effort that seemed all but dead last month when a Senate-passed deal expired without a vote in the House...Jack Reed , D-R.I., and
Advocates for unemployed workers tried to create some momentum Wednesday for a new bid in Congress to reinstate federal jobless benefits for people unable to find work. A bill that would revive the Emergency Unemployment Compensation program for five
But the last year and a half have been much worse for Imari Ridley-Daniels. First, Ridley-Daniels, 28, lost her job as an administrative assistant at a Maryland funeral home...For the first few months, she used state unemployment to cover basic costs
Senate supporters of legislation to renew long-term jobless benefits are backing a new approach in hopes of pressuring the House to reinstate the program after a lapse of six months. Democratic Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island and Republican Sen. Dean
The Senate's bipartisan duo are taking another stab at reviving long-term unemployment insurance benefits...Dean Heller (R-Nev.) and Jack Reed (D-R.I.) will introduce their latest response to the expiration of extended unemployment benefits last
Heller, Reed to propose 5-month restoration of unemployment insurance next week June 20 at 3:53 PM File: Job seekers line up outside at Choice Career Fairs' New York career fair at the Holiday Inn Midtown in New York, U.S., on Tuesday, May 13, 2014...
That's how someone who buzzed across Nevada on Interstate 80 or U.S...But crossing the state on foot via the American Discovery Trail is a completely different experience. The national, coast-to-coast trail stretches 496 miles through Nevada from
Mike Willden, director of the state Department of Health and Human Services, is taking over the position starting Monday...Contact Capital Bureau reporter Sean Whaley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 775-687-3900.