Policy Summary

  • To automatically extend and adjust
    enhanced unemployment assistance
    for the duration of the COVID-19
    emergency and economic
    crisis, and for other purposes.


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Why We Support This Legislation

Nobody knows how long this period of extreme social distancing will last, and it's expected to last an extended period. Economists are expecting elevated unemployment to last years beyond the pandemics completion. This legislation ties the President’s emergency declaration issued in March or a governor’s declaration to economic assistance. This legislation proposes that the $600 in weekly benefits continue to be received until 30 days after the end of the President’s emergency declaration, after which economic assistance will begin to phase down over a 13 week period. This legislation correctly addresses that our country is contending with extraordinarily high unemployment rates and does not look to apply typical solutions to an atypical time or problem. This legislation provides states, workers, businesses, and families with a little certainty, more than they have been afforded during times where they've had to wait and see if Congress feels like stimulating the economy, due to damage inflicted by COVID-19.

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