INCREASING HARM: Americans Losing Unemployment Insurance

On Dec. 28, 1.3 million Americans immediately lost all of their unemployment insurance. Every week, on average, an additional 72,000 Americans are cut off -- the equivalent of one person every 8 seconds.
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Democrats Urge Extension of Federal Unemployment Insurance Program

The Emergency Unemployment Compensation program expired on Dec. 28. Without action, 1.3 million Americans have been immediately cut off of unemployment benefits and an additional 1.9 million Americans will be impacted in 2014.
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Health Insurance Marketplace

When key parts of the health care law take effect in 2014, there’ll be a new way for individuals, families and small businesses to get health insurance. Whether you’re uninsured, or just want to explore new options, the Marketplace will give you more choice and control over your health insurance options.
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiations

On April 12, the United States announced that it was prepared to include Japan into the Trans-Pacific Partnership currently being negotiated by 11 nations. Before beginning formal negotiations, the Administration must notify Congress of its intent to include Japan in the talks, triggering a 90-day consulation period with Congress.
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New IRS Information Shows Flaws in IRS Inspector General's Audit

New information shows that the IRS Inspector General’s audit was fundamentally flawed and created widespread misperceptions that Republicans seized to attack the White House.
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