Even if an 11th-hour successor to enhanced unemployment benefits is approved, technical delays between federal and state systems could mean a gap in many unemployed workers’ cash flow.
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Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate was 10.3% in August, down 2.2 percentage points from July's adjusted rate of 12.5%, the state Department of Labor and Industry said.
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- State doubts fast action on Trump unemployment aid order
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