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January 20, 2023

W.Va. Senate Seeks Change to Unemployment Benefits

WSAZ – Twenty-Six weeks of unemployment could soon be a thing of the past in West Virginia.

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The state Senate is advancing a proposal to adjust the number of weeks based on the state’s unemployment rate — up to 20 weeks if unemployment hits or exceeds 9% and just 12 weeks if the rate dips below 5.5%.

December’s unemployment rate stood at 4.1%

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