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Today, the National Employment Law Project (NELP) released new national and
state-by-state analyses finding that nearly 1.2 million jobless workers will become ineligible for federal
unemployment benefits in March unless Congress extends the unemployment safety net programs from
the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). By June, this number will swell to nearly 5 million unemployed workers nationally who will be left without any jobless benefits.
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Re: 5 million unemployed workers nationally left without any jobless benefits
Originally Posted by Mrs.PatsFanInVa
In that case Rush really got a pass from conservatives on his "retard" satire, didn't he?
I heard about that but didn't pay much attention. I don't really care about "gotcha" crap whether it's Rush, Beck, Olberman or whoever. That said, it is a little different coming from the Chief of Staff, I would like to think he'd be held to a higher standard than Rush or other media types.