WLWT Digital Staff
The state of Ohio will stop participating in the federal government’s supplemental benefits program, Republican Gov. Mike DeWine announced Thursday.
That program, which gives an extra $300 a week to the jobless, will end on June 26, the governor said.
The supplement has been available since 2020, part of the pandemic stimulus measures passed by Congress. It was made available through Sept. 6.
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