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Sen. Coburn Introduces Bill to Offset Costs of Unemployment Benefit Extensions
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March 30, 2010 Tuesday 1:29 AM EST
Sen. Coburn Introduces Bill to Offset Costs of Unemployment
by HIND SABIR, Targeted News Service
WASHINGTON, March 30 -- Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., has introduced legislation (S. 3173) to "fully offset the cost of the extension of unemployment
benefits and other Federal aid."
The bill was introduced on March 25.
The legislation was referred to the Senate Finance Committee.
Hind Sabir is a Targeted News Service writer based in Texas.
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