After receiving a large number of comments from readers who are having trouble finding out whether they're eligible for benefits through the recent unemployment extension and how to apply, I gathered up the links for all 50 states (plus DC) to the agency administering unemployment. While the money and the legislation are federal, unemployment is administered by your state. Most states offer some kind of guidance on the extension, so I've linked to those. For states that don't offer any info about the extension, I've linked to their general unemployment administration site.
In the Western region (DOL Region VI), seven states provide information on the extension:
In this region, only Alaska offers no guidance. I suppose I could make some snarky comment about how the governor's been busy with other responsibilities lately, but I won't.
This concludes the series on state-by-state unemployment links. I hope it's helpful. If you find any errors or if any of the links don't work, please let me know. If you do find it useful, I'd love to hear from you too.