US Congress senate is considering extend the deadline for the jobless Americans to file for unemployment benefits.
This action took place this Monday , as big step almost approved by a 60 to 34 votes that can clear the way for a final senate vote that probably will come by end of this week. The unemployment benefit will extend the current unemployment insurance through May 5th. Estimate budget is more than $9.2 billion that will cover more than 200,000 jobless Americans who were expected to stop getting checks last week. This will give those Americans another month to look for a job before they lose their unemployment benefits.
Although this comes as a great gesture from the Senate over 33 states including California and Texas have claimed that they ran out money to fun anymore unemployment benefits which would probably require more federal assistant and cash loans to those states.