Extended unemployment assistance ending in Kentucky



The U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) announced Tuesday that its Extended Benefits program, which is triggered when a state’s insured unemployment rate is higher than 5%, will end in Kentucky on Nov. 28. No new applications will be permitted after that date, and those who fail to exhaust their benefits before then will not receive any remaining funds.



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