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You may be eligible for extended unemployment benefits if you have received all 26 weeks of your regular benefits.
We analyze the current status of federal unemployment laws to see whether Congress will further extend unemployment benefits.
Unemployment insurance is money received from the United States by workers who are no longer employed, through no fault of their own. Over the past month, nearly ...
The National Memo is conducting a poll to survey our readers' views on the Congressional battle over unemployment benefits. We'll be sharing the results on our site ...
U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier today called on her colleagues in the U.S. Congress and Senate to extend unemployment benefits, arguing that many people who want to work are ...
WITH THE surprising support of six Republicans, the Senate on Tuesday mustered the 60 votes necessary to proceed on extending emergency unemployment benefits for an ...
December 13, 2013: A budget agreement has been reached in Congress. It does not include an extension of federal extended unemployment benefits.
Should Congress Extend Unemployment Benefits? The Senate took the first step toward extending unemployment insurance to 1.3 million Americans.
In a speech on Tuesday from the White House, President Barack Obama urged Congress to come together in a bipartisan effort to extend emergency unemployment insurance ...
Unemployment Benefits Are Expiring And Congress Has No Clue What To Do About It