Ginny Hoover, a single mom from Richmond, Va., who was laid off from her administrative position at a pharmaceutical company, is one of the million people who would be helped immediately if Congress approves a 13-week extension of unemployment benefits.
Ginny Hoover, a single mom from Richmond, Va., who was laid off from her administrative position at a pharmaceutical company, is one of the million people who would be helped immediately if Congress approves a 13-week extension of unemployment benefits. Lisa Billings / MCT
Ginny Hoover, a single mom from Richmond, Va., who was laid off from her administrative position at a pharmaceutical company, is one of the million people who would be helped immediately if Congress approves a 13-week extension of unemployment benefits. Lisa Billings / MCT

Politics & Government

June 12, 2008 6:57 PM

Helping the jobless falls victim to partisan politics in Congress

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