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Old 07-29-2009, 01:05 PM
 
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Rep. McDermott has announced his intention to introduce a bill to provide 13 extra weeks of Unemployment benefits to workers in the highest unemployment states- states with unemployment rates above 9%.

McDermott's office stated that the bill will be introduced on Thursday, July 30, and likely acted upon by Congress in September after the summer recess.


http://unemployed-friends.forumotion.com/unemployment-extensions-and-legislation-f3/mcdermott-to-initiate-bill-to-add-13-more-weeks-unemployment-benefitsper-nelp-t63.htm"]McDermott to initiate bill to add 13 more weeks Unemployment benefits(per NELP)

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