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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...
We have cleared the last major procedural hurdle, Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.) said at a news conference after the vote. This represents a bipartisan approach to a critical problem that faces, at this point, about 2.8 million Americans and their families.
Almost 2 million Americans who have been out of work for longer than six months have missed out on extended unemployment benefits since Congress allowed the program to expire in December, according to a new analysis of U.S...In seven states, at least
A look at unemployment rates, the maximum number of weeks that unemployment benefits are currently available and the total number of weeks that would be available for each state if Congress renews federal emergency jobless benefits for the long-term
January 1 The Kansas City Star About 1.3 million of the nation's 4 million long-term unemployed no longer are getting unemployment benefits. More News That includes more than 3,700 Kansans and more than 22,600 Missourians who have been out of work
28 December was the last date for Funding for the Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) program. Ending of this compensation program will result in 1.3 million Americans losing their benefits all across the US. During the recession, in 2008
R.I. (AP) Some 4,900 long-term unemployed residents of Rhode Island are scheduled to lose extra unemployment benefits as the state continues to grapple with the worst jobless rate in the nation. The federal emergency unemployment compensation program
State officials say federal automatic budget cuts will lower an unemployment benefits program for people in Washington. The Employment Security Department announced Wednesday that beginning on May 19 "emergency unemployment compensation" will be
For Eloisa Gomes, a 12.8 percent reduction to emergency unemployment benefits could mean cutting Internet, buying less food, or losing the car that gets her to her part time job. "I got laid off (in) June and I decided to do some certification to get
Extended unemployment benefits, implemented because of the recession and long-term job loss, have been phasing out and are due to end completely by the end of the year.As a result, workers who began receiving jobless benefits in July 2012 or