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$600 unemployment benefit ending will hurt people in these states the most

24 Jul 2020

Maximum benefits by state range from $823 down to only $235, so when that extra bump goes away, many of the unemployed will be hurting.

The extra $600 that has been tacked on to the unemployment checks of millions of workers laid off because of the COVID-19 pandemic is about to dry up. On July 25—a week earlier than originally announced—the unemployed will go back to collecting the benefit allowed by their home state.

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