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Democrats reject offer to extend unemployment benefit short-term

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Congressional Democrats argue that the White House does not understand the severity of the situation facing Americans.
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News video: Difference Between Democrats, Republicans Unemployment Benefit Plans Is $1,600 Per Month

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Millions of Americans will see much smaller unemployment checks this week as lawmakers continue to grapple with what to do now that the extra $600 federal benefit has expired.

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