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Georgia to Cut Off Federal COVID-19 Unemployment Benefits



by Dave Williams | May 13, 2021 | Capitol Beat News Service

ATLANTA – Georgia is joining a growing number of Republican-led states in cutting off federal unemployment benefits to incentivize out-of-work employees to return to their jobs.

Gov. Brian Kemp said in an interview with Fox News Thur...

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  1. There are always activists who want to keep providing people with long term residence in the hammocks. If people can’t find a job in their career field, change careers. As far as not finding jobs in the service sector goes, why are their so many hiring signs in the windows of service sector businesses. We have reached the point in America where we feel no one should struggle in life. In reality, life is a struggle.

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