5 Reasons Congress Must Extend Unemployment Insurance

January 10, 2014

Congress allowed emergency unemployment insurance to expire on Dec. 28, 2013, leaving 1.3 million Americans without a vital economic lifeline. The U.S. Senate is now considering extending these benefits for another three months. Failing to do so would be unprecedented in the history of federal responses to high unemployment following economic recessions.

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