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Ohio Congressman Bob Gibbs (R) on Friday penned a letter to Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz asking for an investigation into widespread unemployment fraud that has taken place throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ohio Congressman Bob Gibbs (R) on Friday penned a letter to Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz asking for an investigation into widespread unemployment fraud that has taken place throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
The number of weekly unemployment claims fell under 1 million last week for the first time since government shutdowns were instituted in mid-March.
The number of weekly unemployment claims fell under 1 million last week for the first time since government shutdowns were instituted in mid-March.
 
North Carolinians laid off as a result of the coronavirus outbreak could receive benefits as early as Monday, March 30.
North Carolinians laid off as a result of the coronavirus outbreak could receive benefits as early as Monday, March 30.
 
Unless state legislators take swift action, beginning Apr. 16, the maximum number of weeks for which a North Carolina resident can file for unemployment benefits is set to be reduced from 99 to 79.
Unless state legislators take swift action, beginning Apr. 16, the maximum number of weeks for which a North Carolina resident can file for unemployment benefits is set to be reduced from 99 to 79.
 
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