Montana is the first state to pull out of federal COVID-19 unemployment assistance programs
By Houston Keene
Biden issues executive orders on coronavirus unemployment benefits, food stamps
Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte ended his state’s participation in federal COVID-19 unemployment programs and announced the start of a new state program to give people “Return to Work” bonuses.
Gianforte announced the move to pull his state out of federal pandemic-related unemployment assistance programs and returning to the “pre-pandemic” unemployment eligibility requirements by the end of June in a press release Tuesday.
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