June 4, 2021

White House Embraces Job Growth but Distances Itself From Expanded Benefits

By Jim Tankersley Jeanna Smialek

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As Republicans blame enhanced unemployment insurance for slower-than-expected job gains, the White House stresses that the benefit will expire in September as planned.

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  1. Republicans blame enhanced unemployment pay for slow job gains. The White House is stressing that it will end.
  2. White House Embraces Job Growth but Distances Itself From Expanded Benefits
  3. White House Embraces Job Growth, but Distances Itself From Expanded Benefits

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  • White House Embraces Job Growth but Distances Itself From Expanded Benefits
  • Republicans blame enhanced unemployment pay for slow job gains. The White House is stressing that it will end.
  • White House Embraces Job Growth, but Distances Itself From Expanded Benefits

Tags

  • Biden, Joseph R Jr
  • Democratic Party
  • Federal Reserve System
  • Labor and Jobs
  • Republican Party
  • Unemployment
  • Unemployment Insurance
  • United States Economy
  • United States Politics and Government