In some states, it’s the 1st week without an extra $300 in jobless benefits
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The benefits expired in Alaska, Iowa, Mississippi and Missouri on Saturday. Will this drive more applicants to jobs that have remained unfilled? We speak with a couple of economists who explain how it's more complicated than that. Plus, in a closely watched case, a federal judge has ruled that a health care company can order its employees to get COVID vaccinations. And, changing rules for tax-protected retirement accounts.
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Federal judge rules that Texas hospital system can require workers to get COVID vaccines
Marketplace's Nova Safo reports.
Four states have now shut off the extra $300 per week in federal unemployment benefits.
Rules for the required minimum distribution, as it's called, changed both before and during the pandemic.
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