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National Institute on Money in State Politics

National Institute on Money in State Politics

The Institute's Blog: Nonpartisan. Timely. Transparent. The Sun Never Rises: Sources of Michigan’s Dark Money Set to Remain HiddenTwo days after Christmas, Governor Rick Snyder gave a belated gift to dark money groups and those donors who felt stifled by Michigan’s campaign finance limits. Snyder signed Senate Bill 661, which the Money Tale described in depth here, after … Continue reading Thanks for your Support
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Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Where Things Stand for the Unemployed With last month's expiration of emergency federal jobless benefits, only regular state unemployment insurance (UI) benefits are available to qualifying workers who lose their jobs through no fault of their own. As a result, the maximum number of weeks of benefits fell to 26 in most states (seven states provide fewer weeks and two provide more).