Thousands of people who were wrongly accused of fraud when seeking unemployment benefits can seek financial relief from the state.
From life on the unemployment block to worrying if she was infected with COVID-19, Elizabeth Richardson has experienced all aspects of the pandemic.
The real reason businesses struggle to hire during the economic recovery has little to do with direct COVID relief and a lot to do with poor wages and working conditions.
Lawmakers are including provisions for everyday workers and small business owners as the coronavirus pandemic continues to attack Michiganders’ physical and financial health.
Out-of-work Michigangers can apply for benefits lasting through spring 2021. We break down the process.
Before the coronavirus eliminated this family’s only source of income, they lived a typical middle-class life in a farmhouse. Now they borrow money just to eat.
Here's how Michigan's progressive leaders plan to fix the state's "broken system."
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