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Workers Won't ‘Automatically’ Be Pushed Off Unemployment If They Choose Not To Return To Work

Video Credit: CBS 11 Dallas
Published on April 29, 2020 - Duration: 09:37s

Workers Won't ‘Automatically’ Be Pushed Off Unemployment If They Choose Not To Return To Work

Texas Workforce Commission Director Ed Serna said no one will “automatically be cut off” from benefits if they feel unsafe to return to work or cannot return because of a COVID-19 reason.

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