The agency will send millions in refunds to roughly 250,000 people after months of inquiries from Spotlight PA about the issue.
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Tens of thousands of Pennsylvanians like McCreary have or will reach the end of their state unemployment benefits this month and next.
Stress, delays, and confusion still plague jobless in Pennsylvania, and January brought little relief
Lawmakers, experts, and union leaders agree that Pennsylvania’s unemployment compensation system needs massive overhauls, but that is unlikely to be enough to address the current unemployment crisis, if it happens at all.
Lawmakers in both parties acknowledge the measure impedes government transparency and public safety, but powerful special interests stand in the way of any major changes.
The coronavirus exploited failure of Pa. health officials to improve long-standing problems with nursing home oversight
The Wolf administration was repeatedly warned of dangerously low minimum staffing and weak and inconsistent inspections, all problems that could have made the outbreak worse.