HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry now has a guide to help people who still aren’t getting their unemployment benefits.
During its 11th town hall meeting on Thursday, the department announced a guide that identifies one of 92 payment issues.
Secretary Jerry Oleksiak and Governor Tom Wolf are also urging Congress to extend the weekly $600 federal unemployment compensation that ended two weeks ago.
Since mid-March, more than $30.7 billion in benefits has been paid out. That includes $14.5 billion from the federal government.
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