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Ohio Supreme Court agrees to hear case involving federal unemployment benefits

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By J.D. Davidson

The Center Square

The Ohio Supreme Court decided Tuesday it will review an appeals court decision that said Gov. Mike DeWine could not end the $300 in extra weekly federal unemployment benefits before the program expired.

The program expired Sept. 6, but DeWine, along with many other governors, ended the extra benefits early. DeWine said the need was not there when he ended the program June 26.

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