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Congressional Action Needed to Prevent 90,000 Jobless Missouri Workers From Losing Benefits by June

A new analysis by the National Employment Law Project shows that over 20,000 unemployed Missouri workers will become ineligible for federal unemployment insurance benefits in March unless Congress passes an immediate extension of the unemployment programs from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. By June, more than 90,000 unemployed Missouri residents are set to run out of their jobless benefits with no further support.  Click here to read a news release on this topic.

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