The state’s unemployment trust fund is expected to remain solvent through next summer despite facing a historic number of unemployment claims during the coronavirus pandemic, the state's acting labor secretary said Tuesday.
Ryan Wright told lawmakers told that the unemployment trust fund is in a better place now than what state officials expected only a couple months ago.
In August, Wright told lawmakers that the trust fund was expected to go broke by January, although he signaled at the time it was only . . .
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