No Deal Made Yet Over Jobless Benefits
WASHINGTON, D.C.- Republicans and Democrats are still trying to work out a deal over jobless benefits.
Each side is blaming the other for a failure to agree.
More than 1.3 million unemployed workers have lost their federal jobless benefits since an earlier program expired December 28th.
Six Republicans voted with Democrats last week to advance the measure over an initial hurdle, but still no agreement has been reached.
The bill is one of several expected to come before Congress this year.
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