The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services has started distributing the $300 in lost wages assistance, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced during his news conference on coronavirus on Thursday.
Around 48,000 Ohioans have been notified they received an overpayment of unemployment benefits during the coronavirus pandemic, the state human services agency said.
860,000 new jobless claims; 12.6 million file continued unemployment
WASHINGTON (AP) — The temporary $300-a-week unemployment insurance boost implemented by President Donald Trump is about to end, with no extension in sight. The Federal Emergency Management Agency said Thursday in an email to The Associated Press that it has distributed $30 billion of the $44 billion it had set aside for the benefit. The […]
The temporary $300-a-week unemployment insurance boost implemented by President Donald Trump amid the coronavirus pandemic is set to end.
Weekly unemployment: Nearly 18,000 new claims in Ohio; 328,000 remain jobless
Fewer than a million people file new unemployment claims; more than 13 million jobless nationwide
Ohio’s unemployment rate falls under 9%
An Indiana lawmaker is making headlines for his proposed bill that would prevent rioters from collecting federal benefits.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine gave an update during Tuesday’s coronavirus press conference on when people may expect to start receiving $300 in federal unemployment aid.
Coronavirus outbreak still threatening jobs, according to new unemployment numbers
More than 21-thousand file new unemployment claims in Ohio