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U.S. gig workers seeking coronavirus jobless benefits hit bureaucratic wall

Credit: Reuters- Published on April 2, 2020
Uber and Lyft drivers are hitting a wall in their efforts to apply for the coronavirus jobless benefits promised by Congress as state agencies say they are not ready to handle a class of workers who are totally new to the U.S. unemployment system.
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