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NELP Report Emphasizes Support for Long-Term Unemployed Critical

Yesterday, the National Employment and Law Project released a report with an action plan for states on how to help those who are long-term unemployed in America.  Among the recommendations are to maximize coordination across state and local agencies, maximize access to basic need supports, and minimize barriers to re-employment.

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