Pandemic unemployment benefits end in September and states aren't extending themThe Biden administration has called on states to use emergency coronavirus funds to provide additional benefits. But state labor departments tell CNBC Make It they have no intention of extending or providing additional benefits on their own. An estimated 7.5 million will lose all of their unemployment benefits after next week.
Pandemic unemployment benefits end in September and states aren't extending them
State labor departments tell CNBC Make It that they have no intention of extending or providing additional unemployment benefits on their own after Sept. 6.
Judge rejects request to reinstate pandemic unemployment benefits in Missouri
Cole County Circuit Judge Jon Beetem's ruling comes a week before the expanded $300 weekly payments end nationally.
Judge OKs governor's termination of unemployment benefits
A Cole County Circuit Judge Tuesday denied a request from people who lost their enhanced unemployment benefits under the CARES Act to have those benefits restored with back pay. Governor Mike Parson halted the benefits in June, blaming them for keeping people from going back to work.