It has now been more than a week since unemployed Americans stopped receiving the $600 federal boost. Republicans and Democrats are still battling it out. In the meantime, we are left state unemployment benefit. However, the experts say the American public may not fair to poorly in this battle because Capitol Hill will likely make retroactive payments of when the $600 benefits first lapsed. Stated by Stephen Wander, a senior fellow at the National Academy of Social Insurance.
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