NEWS: UNEMPLOYMENT EXTENSION: 2014 BENEFITS DESIRED BY OBAMA, SOME ECONOMISTS DISAGREE
When it comes to an unemployment extension, 2014 could be another year where unemployment benefits are extended if President Barack Obama has his way. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the unemployment rate in December dropped down to seven percent. In the same time frame, unemployment benefits for 1.3 million Americans ended, as well. The... Read more »Unemployment Extension: 2014 Be...
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