In this video, we explore the latest news about the $600/week extended unemployment benefits and analyze a recent comment from the US Labor Secretary, which is a cause for concern for the millions relying on the $600/week booster.
1. Where Things Stand Now
2. Signs from The President
3. A Surprising Statement from the US Labor Secretary.
This is likely to get a lot of criticism. Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia said he does not think that $600-a-week enhanced unemployment benefits are needed “going forward” when asked if he supported trading continued enhanced benefits for the payroll tax cut that President Trump has floated.