The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission says unemployment claims slightly decreased again last week. Officials say there were 42,577 unadjusted initial claims for the week ending on April 25th, a drop of more than four-thousand from the previous week's adjusted level. OESC Executive Director Robin Roberson says this has still been a record-setting month for unemployment in the state despite the decline over the last few weeks. Roberson said the agency is "moving mountains" to resolve claim eligibility issues and transform the agency website to make it more helpful to those who have filed.
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