Jobless bill dead; revival effort in motion
The bill that would have extended unemployment benefits for thousands of Inland residents — and more than 3 million people across the country — has been pronounced dead in Congress, but the efforts to get something passed are not. A spokesman for a senior House Democrat said that a Senate bill passed more than two months ago is now considered obsolete and that the bipartisan measure would never go to President Barack Obama for signature. That measure never came to a vote on the House floor…Read More
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