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14 States Ending Federal Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Months Before Set Expiration Date

From Axios - As policy makers and economists feud over whether the generous COVID-19 jobless benefits are deterring Americans from wanting to return to work, 14 states have announced that they will discontinue federal pandemic unemployment benefits well before their September 6 expiration date.


The following states are set to discontinue federal pandemic unemployment benefits in June:

  • Alabama - June 19

  • Arkansas - June 26

  • Idaho - June 19

  • Iowa - June 12

  • Mississippi - June 12

  • Missouri - June 12

  • Montana - June 27

  • North Dakota - June 19

  • South Carolina - June 30

  • South Dakota - June 26

  • Utah - June 26

  • Wyoming - June 19

The following states are set to discontinue federal pandemic unemployment benefits in July:

  • Arizona - July 10

  • Tennessee - July 3

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