DWD to turn off Wisconsin unemployed extended benefits program
The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development is turning off its extended benefits program, which provides an additional 13 weeks of unemployment insurance payments.

DWD was recently notified by the U.S. Department of Labor that Wisconsin has met the criteria for turning off the program, with Wisconsin`s insured unemployment rate falling below the 5% threshold necessary to remain on extended benefits. The program was triggered earlier this year for those who exhausted their regular unemployment insurance benefits and federal Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation benefits....

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