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The Trump administration cut its unemployment-benefit boost to $300 after blowback from cash-strapped states that couldn't afford to pay more

Business Insider Wednesday, 12 August 2020
The Trump administration cut its unemployment-benefit boost to $300 after blowback from cash-strapped states that couldn't afford to pay more· The Trump administration is cutting its unemployment-benefit boost to $300 after triggering criticism from states unable to afford paying their share.
· Top White House officials said a jobless aid plan requiring states to kick in 25% of a $400 benefit was "modified" to address their concerns.
· The move means unemployed...
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