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House Ds: 3.3 Million Would Lose Jobless Benefits Under GOP Bill

Ways and Means Dems under Rep. Sander Levin posted a list this week of the number of people they claim would lose unemployment benefits under the GOP plan that could be passed next week.  The info Levin and the Ways and Means Ds use is from the Department of Labor.  The full chart can be seen here. ads

TOTAL                         3,347,942
 
ALASKA                         20,159
ALABAMA                      37,416
ARKANSAS                    19,537
ARIZONA                         80,777
CALIFORNIA                   584,006
COLORADO                    61,810
CONNECTICUT                45,779
DC                                  14,476
DELAWARE                      10,387
FLORIDA                         226,575
GEORGIA                        114,863
HAWAII                            5,040
IOWA                                32,246
IDAHO                             18,578
ILLINOIS                         148,673
INDIANA                         60,292
KANSAS                     20,632
KENTUCKY                  23,683
LOUISIANA                   15,463
MASSACHUSETTS       57,797
MARYLAND                     34,278
MAINE                               7,913
MICHIGAN                        93,135
MINNESOTA                    43,538
MISSOURI                        49,523
MISSISSIPPI                    19,184
MONTANA                        11,591
NORTH CAROLINA        180,505
NORTH DAKOTA             5,093
NEBRASKA                       19,220
NEW HAMPSHIRE           10,745
NEW JERSEY                    153,463
NEW MEXICO                     18,638
NEVADA                              58,762
NEW YORK                         237,936
OHIO                                     74,335
OKLAHOMA                       16,827
OREGON                             46,721
PENNSYLVANIA               108,436
PUERTO RICO                   48,891
RHODE ISLAND                14,102
SOUTH CAROLINA          48,888
SOUTH DAKOTA              2,380
TENNESSEE                     54,653
TEXAS                                 227,381
UTAH                                   14,677
VIRGINIA                             35,200
VIRGIN ISLANDS              1,515
VERMONT                          1,049
WASHINGTON                   62,253
WISCONSIN                       35,205
WEST VIRGINIA                9,699
WYOMING                           4,017