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California governor rejects bill to give unemployment checks to striking workers

  • Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill that would have allowed workers on strike in California to receive unemployment checks, citing the state's huge debt in the unemployment trust fund.
  • The majority of states, except for New York and New Jersey, do not provide unemployment benefits to striking workers.
  • Labor unions argued that the number of workers on strike for more than two weeks is so small that it would not have a significant impact on the state's unemployment trust fund.
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