If Congress and the White House fail to reach agreement on the budget and the government shuts down on Friday, how will Michiganders and others be impacted?
About 35,000 Michigan residents will continue receiving extended unemployment benefits, under legislation signed Monday by Governor Snyder.
People who lose their jobs in early 2012 will see their unemployment benefits shrink.
On the same day we get Michigan’s latest jobless report, there’s some new information on the number of people who have already lost – as well as those who are about to lose – their […]
The state says federal unemployment benefits have been restored to about 69,500 people in Michigan who were cut off in July.
Congress has approved legislation to restore unemployment insurance to people who have been out of work for six months or more, ending weeks of interruption for millions of people.
Tens of thousands of Michigan’s unemployed are hoping to hear some good news from Washington, where the House and Senate are expected to extend the unemployment benefits after letting them run out last month.