The goal of the bill isn’t to give Americans a relaxing time away from home — it’s to boost sales for tourism industries.
At least 43 workers have fallen ill with COVID-19 at a Tucson UPS facility — and now they're taking it home
Arizona's working class is feeling the financial strains of the coronavirus pandemic much more deeply than those making six figures, according to recent polling.
Despite approval in late March, DES still hasn’t announced when Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation will be available.
Arizonans can lose their unemployment benefits for choosing not to return to work unless they fall into a list of pandemic-related situations.
Many Arizonans and people across the U.S. are still waiting for unemployment checks. With rent due today, many are stressing as the pandemic continues.
Roughly 22 million filed for unemployment benefits in the past month — easily the worst U.S. job losses. But only 12 million people are getting the checks.