Democrats in Congress plan to renew their efforts next week to extend the Emergency Unemployment Compensation program that expired on December 28.
An estimated 1.3 million long-term unemployed people lost their extended benefits last week when the program expired as members of Congress left Washington for the holiday break (see House Democratic Women Lawmakers Push for Unemployment Insurance Extension and Accountant Faces Cutoff in Unemployment Benefits).
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