Members of Congress have proposed new relief packages, but they don’t address all of the protections set to end Dec. 31.
The federal unemployment benefits put in place to aid workers during the coronavirus expire at the end of the month, but the pandemic is far from over.
A number of Arizonans who had been approved for unemployment insurance during the coronavirus pandemic had their bank accounts wiped out over the weekend.
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Additional unemployment insurance benefits were approved by Congress in March, but thousands of Arizonans are still waiting for help.
Some small Arizona businesses reopened their doors Friday despite the governor's order. They have yet to receive stimulus relief.