As I mentioned in my previous post, there seems to be a fair amount of confusion about how unemployment extension benefits are being implemented across the country. This is the first in a 6-post series, providing state-by-state links on the extension. I'm using the Department of Labor's six regions - they seem as reasonable way to divide up the US as any.
Click on the links below to get to information about the unemployment extension in the following seven New England states (Region I):
New Hampshire does not provide specific information on the extension, beyond a statement on their website that includes the following:
If you have already claimed and received 13 weeks of benefits under the first EUC entitlement effective July 6, 2008, you will also now have an additional entitlement to 7 more weeks. Your eligibility for these benefits begins with the week ending November 29, 2008.
Next post: Region II, the Mid-Atlantic