Coronavirus New JerseyNJ won't extend federal unemployment benefits, including extra $300 weekly checkAugust 30, 2021Publisher Gov. Phil Murphy announced NJ will not use COVID-19 relief funds to extend federal unemployment programs past this Saturday’s expiration date. Source link Total 0 Shares Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin it 0 Related TopicsBenefitsCheckextendextraFederalIncludingNJ coronavirusunemploymentWeeklywon039t Previous Article Coronavirus New Jersey What NY’s next governor stands for August 10, 2021Publisher View Post Next Article Coronavirus New Jersey Millions suffer from 'long COVID.' U.S. disability law may protect them from discrimination September 7, 2021Publisher View Post You May Also Like View Post What is the proper treatment for long COVID? New clinics seek answers September 15, 2021 View Post Menendez Statement on 20th Anniversary of September 11th Terrorist Attacks September 11, 2021 View Post Millions suffer from 'long COVID.' U.S. disability law may protect them from discrimination September 7, 2021 View Post What NY’s next governor stands for August 10, 2021 View Post Murphy: We can’t open schools safely without masks August 6, 2021 View Post Menendez Announces Departure of State Director, Applauds Chavez-Fernandez’s Appointment to the Biden Administration August 2, 2021 View Post Gunman fired 14 shots on Essex Street, hit teen seven times July 25, 2021 View Post N.J. adds $135M to Phase 4 of EDA’s small business emergency grant fund July 21, 2021 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.