State unemployment agencies have borrowed $32 billion and counting from the U.S. Treasury to pay record-high jobless benefits claimed during the coronavirus pandemic. Repaying that debt is likely to involve raising the unemployment taxes that employers pay.
The nation’s struggling safety-net hospitals are cheering provider relief proposals in the recently passed House continuing resolution to fund the government. But they remain adamant that more direct funding is needed to successfully weather the pandemic.
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