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A new stimulus deal is brewing — here’s what that could mean for unemployment benefits – CBS News

Two bills would offer markedly different levels of support for the 12 million jobless workers about to lose benefits.

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With major federal jobless aid programs slated to expire by year-end, the question is what could replace them as high unemployment continues to afflict the U.S. economy and millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet.
In Washington, D.C., two competing proposals have been introduced this week, although each offers markedly different levels of support for jobless workers. The first is a $908 billion bipartisan congressional plan that prioritizes aid for people who are out of work, businesses,…

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