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1Mnuchin on $600 unemployment benefit
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Sunday threw cold water on the prospect of extending $600-per-week unemployment benefits for Americans for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.

2Mnuchin on $600 unemployment benefit
The U.S. Treasury Secretary has labeled the $600 weekly unemployment benefits for COVID-19 “ridiculous.” Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin made the comment on July 25 after emerging from talks …

3Mnuchin on $600 unemployment benefit
Mnuchin: GOP jobless benefits plan will be based on ’70 … as Covid-19 case and death counts rise around the country and the critical extra $600 per week unemployment benefit expires at the end …

4Mnuchin on $600 unemployment benefit
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said a coronavirus relief package being debated in the Senate would replace $600 weekly enhanced unemployment benefits with a lesser payment. The plan would …

5Mnuchin on $600 unemployment benefit
Goodbye, extra $600: Unemployment benefits won’t exceed former wages in next stimulus bill, Treasury’s Mnuchin says Published: July 11, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. ET

6Mnuchin on $600 unemployment benefit
CORONAVIRUS. US $600 unemployment benefits boost: what did Mnuchin say? Out-of-work Americans have been receiving expanded unemployment insurance amid the coronavirus crisis, but the weekly …

7Mnuchin on $600 unemployment benefit
The CARES Act provided a booster fund — adding up to $600 extra per week — while also extending states’ unemployment benefits to a maximum of 39 weeks instead of the typical 26 weeks.

8Mnuchin on $600 unemployment benefit
The federal government has been contributing an additional $600 to state benefits. That has meant that many workers are eligible to receive more from unemployment than from wages. That creates a disincentive for those out of work to return to payrolls, Republicans have warned. The enhanced benefits were due to expire at the end of July.

9Mnuchin on $600 unemployment benefit
The Senate has stalled on extending the popular unemployment benefit paying out-of-work Americans $600 per week, a CARES Act provision that formally expires Friday. For now, it has passed a “shell …

10Mnuchin on $600 unemployment benefit
The $600 per week unemployment benefits end this week, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Republicans have no intention of renewing it in the next coronavirus relief bill

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1Mnuchin on $600 unemployment benefit: We can’t be ‘paying people more to stay home’
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Sunday threw cold water on the prospect of extending $600 unemployment benefits for Americans for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Published Date: 2020-08-02T14:12:00.0000000Z

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1  Extra $600 in Unemployment Benefit Set to Expire
Jul.15 — In about two weeks millions of Americans could lose a crucial economic lifeline of this pandemic: $600 a week in extra federal unemployment benefits. Bloomberg’s Erik Wasson reports on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”
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United States Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin told Republican Senators the United States unemployment rate could reach 20% if no government action… Act

governments short on tax revenue due to shutdowns and business closures, and would also reduce expanded unemployment benefits from $600 per week to $200… Act

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Secretary Steven Mnuchin argued that the corporate income tax cut will benefit workers the most; however, the nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation and… policy of Donald Trump administration