More states finally paying $600 extra in unemployment aid
Last updated 4/15/2020 at 11:22am
CHRISTOPHER RUGABER and SUSAN HAIGH
Associated Press Writers
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The bills are mounting for Justin Conrad, who lost his warehouse job three weeks ago and is anxiously awaiting his first state-provided unemployment check. Compounding his stress, his state, Connecticut, can't say when Conrad will get the additional $600 a week in benefits that the federal government is providing in an economic relief package.
"I have no money coming in," says the 39-year old in Norwich, Connecticut. "And this week I have to pay my utility bill," he added with a nervous laugh. "With nothin...