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The deal provides temporary unemployment relief for millions but falls far short of the just recovery we need and demand.
Report Offers Recommendations for How States Can Successfully Modernize Technology
It’s time to pass a COVID relief bill that rises to the seriousness of this crisis.
Following is a statement from the #SAVETHE600 Coalition: There should be no greater priority for our nation’s elected officials than(…)
If the administration really cared about struggling families, it would have agreed to extend the $600 FPUC payments weeks ago.
This is not a serious approach to solving a very serious problem.
Their bill would slash the weekly unemployment supplement to only $200.
Following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project: “Late yesterday, the National Employment(…)
Work-sharing is a proven tool to help workers and employers weather economic downturns.