Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, South Carolina, Tennessee and Wyoming join 11 other RED states ending unemployment!

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  • At least 11 states are opting out of federal unemployment benefits programs in June or July, a few months before their Sept. 6 expiration.
  • They include: Alabama, Arkansas, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, South Carolina, Tennessee and Wyoming.
  • One group believes the U.S. Labor Department may be able to prevent the self-employed, gig workers and others from losing benefits.
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At least 11 states are opting out of federal unemployment programs months early. But some workers may be able to keep the extended benefits.

The moves, made by officials in Republican-led states, would cut off benefits as early as June 12.

The aid includes an extra $300 a week paid on top of typical state benefits. The long-term unemployed, as well as self-employed and gig workers, would lose their entitlement to benefits outright.

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www.cnbc.com/2021/05/12/at-least-11-states-ending-federal-unemployment-benefits-early.html

 

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