ARRA: Extending the Unemployment Insurance Safety Net to Victims of Domestic Violence

ARRA: Extending the Unemployment Insurance Safety Net to Victims of Domestic Violence

Date: 
October 1, 2009

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) included several provisions for modernizing state unemployment insurance systems, such as providing access to unemployment insurance benefits to various groups who were not previously covered by state laws, including victims of domestic violence.

The report, ARRA: Extending the Unemployment Insurance Safety Net to Victims of Domestic Violence, is a comprehensive survey outlining which states have updated their unemployment insurance eligibility in accordance with ARRA's provisions.

Author(s): 
Lisalyn Jacobs

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