Gary, of Bordentown, N.J., is supporting his disabled wife and their 11-year-old sons by racking up high-interest credit card debt and depleting their life savings. He is one of the more than 3 million workers who have been cut off from unemployment insurance since House Republicans allowed emergency help for jobless workers to expire at the end of last year.
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