WASHINGTON – U.S. senators reached an agreement that would restore benefits for the long-term unemployed that expired late last year and that the Obama administration has sought to revive. The deal, struck Thursday by Rhode Island Democrat Jack Reed, Nevada Republican Dean Heller and eight other senators, would reauthorize emergency unemployment benefits for five months,…
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