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With a cost-cutting GOP coming to town, this may be the last benefit extension for millions out of work.
by Yvonne Yen Liu on November 17 2010, 3:43PM
Studies show this crisis isn’t just about money any more.
After lawmakers finish talking about unemployed on the stump, they’ve got just two weeks to help them.
The House votes on extending unemployment benefits today as 1.2 million are at risk of losing their lifeline.
The Senate is expected to begin debate today on extending unemployment insurance until November. The overwhelming majority of Americans support doing so, according to a new poll, but the Senate is poised to ignore that fact—not to mention the plight…
As many as 200,000 people may lose their unemployment insurance benefits in early June, because the Senate has once again failed to extend the program. Senate Democrats announced on Thursday that they were once again unable to pass an extension…
The House was expected to vote today to extend unemployment benefits until the end of the year. But according the the Ways and Means Committee press office this morning, the spending measure will not make it to the floor until…
After an afternoon of long-winded speeches from both sides of the aisle, the Senate voted to move forward with the extension of unemployment benefits. The vote comes after the Senate failed to pass an extension before going on break more…
by Kai Wright on April 7 2010, 8:00AM
There went the Internet. The U.S. Court of Appeals in D.C. ruled yesterday that the FCC lacked the authority to fine Comcast for selectively blocking traffic on its broadband network in 2007. Netroots activists have argued that such regulation is…
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