End of federal payments leaves thousands in need of jobs

The state in May resisted calls from some business groups to end supplemental federal unemployment benefits months early to help fill thousands of job openings. Instead, Gov. Daniel J. McKee and state lawmakers opted for an increase in money that recipients can earn working part time, without losing state benefits. Work-search requirements were also reinstated,…

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