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Washington to regain some long-term jobless benefits

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OLYMPIA, Wash. — A worsening unemployment rate in Washington state is leading to extended unemployment benefits for some. The state's Employment Security Department said Monday that the state's three-month unemployment rate average has risen back to 7 percent. That means some additional federally funded emergency unemployment compensation will restart Sunday, extending benefits for nine weeks....

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