Unemployment Extension Vote

July 20, 2010 by USA Post 

Unemployment Extension VoteUnemployment Extension Vote, The Senate has put forward the bill to extend unemployment today, after a vote of 60-40. All Democrats, except Ben Nelson of Nebraska voted in favor of the law, and two Republican senators
This is a bill for millions of Americans have been waiting, and documenting the state of the bill that has been long delayed by the GOP. Thank you to this bill, the federal program of unemployment benefits will be extended until the end of November, the maintenance of the four federal and federal support of two thirds of the Extended Benefits Program for a total of up to 99 weeks in the states hardest hit.

This bill will be retroactive to June 2 when the program expired unemployment coverage.

Democrats are trying to pass the bill quickly and then be signed by the president Barack Obama.

Votes were read aloud, and when the clerk reached recently appointed Senator Goodwin Map Applause Aye vote “democracy came into the building. The bill extending unemployment cover has been passed for another vote Senate is also scheduled for today.

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