Politics & Government

April 12, 2010 6:33 PM

Senate ends GOP filibuster that's delayed jobless benefits

The Senate on Monday took a major, and likely decisive, step toward restoring jobless benefits for hundreds of thousands of people, as those constituents endured an eighth straight day without benefits. The vote to cut off debate on an extension of federal unemployment assistance was 60 to 34.

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