Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Feds Set to Approve Extension of Unemployment Benefits


According to HuffPost, Congress has agreed to extend unemployment benefits for an additional year, retroactive to December 28, 2012.

Congress first approved the extra unemployment benefits in 2008, during the worst recession since the Great Depression, and had prior to this recent action voted to reauthorize them 10 times.

11th Time a Charm?
Better Late Than Never?

 
 
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