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9,200 in Bay State lose access to jobless benefits

Democrats seeking to pass an extension

AT ODDS ON JOBLESS BENEFITS Senator Scott Brown’s concern is what extending the benefits could mean for the national debt. Senator John F. Kerry said the debate is about common sense. AT ODDS ON JOBLESS BENEFITS
Senator Scott Brown’s concern is what extending the benefits could mean for the national debt. Senator John F. Kerry said the debate is about common sense.
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / April 6, 2010

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WASHINGTON — Nearly 9,200 Massachusetts residents lost access to federal jobless benefits yesterday, and they could remain without their federal lifeline if Congress does not act quickly next week to resolve partisan differences over how to pay for the benefits. (Full article: 754 words)

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