First, we’re talking about $297.00 a week.
About 45,000 people have lost extended benefits in the month-long standoff between Republican legislative leaders and Democratic Gov. Beverly Perdue, up from an initial estimate of 37,000 people who lost the chance to receive 20 weeks of federal benefits after normal benefits and all other extensions have been exhausted.
Each week, about 2,100 people are running out of benefits, which would pay them an average of about $297 a week, officials said.
So, I just checked and this is what I found:
I’m not sayin’……I’m just sayin’.