2010 Unemployment Extension Bill Voted Down Again in Senate as Millions Face Financial Crisis
Shame on you
Finally a vote for fiscal responsibility.
Great job Senate!
Ya.. I just found out that I will no longer receive it. Just like that. It is crazy. What are we suppose to do when we can't find a job and get no unemployment? This is crazy! I live in a city in Florida with the highest unemployment rate. : (
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