The effort to reduce the “time tax” spent on accessing government benefits aims to make them more accessible and reduce inequality.
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The legislation would give states and prosecutors more incentive to go after imposter unemployment claimants.
The unemployment rate ticked down to 3.4%, matching a 54-year low.
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Republican lawmakers may balk at providing extra unemployment insurance benefits.
September’s slightly more moderate pace of hiring may be welcomed by the Fed, which has been trying to tame high inflation without causing a recession.
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States are cutting back, and Congress is unlikely to step in even after the pandemic exposed the unemployment system's shortcomings.