…results In slashes unemployment benefits by 43% for average worker.
There is too much politics and not enough action in dealing with American’s need for financial help during the pandemic economy.
The Washington elite is forgetting that it is your money, not theirs.
“Senate Republicans want to replace a $600-a-week boost to unemployment benefits with $200 a week.
That would represent a 43% cut in total state and federal benefits relative to the current enhancement.
The extra $200 a week is meant as a bridge policy until states can implement a 70% income replacement formula, which labor experts say could be months in the making.”
So what are working people who are out of a job or losing money to do while our Washington politicians get paid for inaction? This is a pandemic, a time of emergency and our representatives are failing us during this pandemic time.
Moreover, there is no evidence that unemployment benefits are keeping people from looking for work…
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