The email from the Labor Department, sent to California, Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, Washington and Arizona on Wednesday, cited an October 2013 memo that said “excepted” employees who continue to work full-time during a shutdown may not be eligible for unemployment benefits if states determine they are still fully employed. It included two additional memos that provided guidance on the mechanics of the benefits in regard to the 2013 federal shutdown, which lasted 16 days.
- Fed Beige Book: Trump Trade War Hurting US Economy
- Trump made 129 false claims last week
- Huawei ban: Full timeline as Chinese company reports shipping 185 million phones despite Trump ban
- From IDs in grocery stores to soldiers in Syria: Trump made 129 false claims last week
- Los Angeles to study $30 hourly minimum wage for Uber, Lyft drivers
- COBRA Alert - New Rules & Changes From ARRA Stimulus Package
- The Latest: Democrats suggest ways to ensure abortion rights
- The Latest: Snubbing Biden, Warren thanks Obama for support
- The Latest: Bush-DeGeneres friendship prompts final question
- The Latest: Buttigieg: Gabbard 'dead wrong' on troop pullout
Gov. Gavin Newsom offers unemployment benefits to TSA workers, defying Trump administration have 164 words, post on www.latimes.com at January 17, 2019. This is cached page on Movie Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.