Unemployment Benefits Case Allowed To Continue


The Oklahoma Supreme Court is allowing the case over federal unemployment benefits to continue. The case involves a group of unemployed Oklahoma residents who are trying to get the state to reinstate the extra federal jobless benefits that Governor Kevin Stitt ended early. The group sued the governor, and a district court ordered the state to restore the federal benefits. The state appealed the lower court ruling, and the Oklahoma Supreme Court said in August that the state is not required to restore the federal benefits during the appeals process.


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