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Unemployment benefits extension clears Senate but faces challenges in House

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The Senate on Monday evening passed legislation to temporarily extend long-term unemployment benefits that expired late last year, though the bill faces a rocky path in the House. The upper chamber approved the measure 59-38, with six Republicans siding with Democrats to support the measure, which calls for extending emergency jobless benefits for five months. No Democrats voted against it....

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