OAKVILLE, Mo. – An Oakville couple said they are finally getting a break from the unemployment funds they received during the pandemic, and now the state wants him to pay some back.
The You Paid For It team shed light on the couple’s predicament and how Missouri Gov. Mike Parson wanted struggling families to repay money they overpaid by the state and the government. federal government.
Nearly 46,000 families in Missouri are affected, claiming to owe some $ 150 million. Brad and Lori Pollina thanked You Paid For It for presenting them in the reports on the issue.
But others are expected to get the credit this time around, including those in the Missouri Legislature. Fox 2’s Elliot Davis shed light on the bipartisan effort of lawmakers in the reports Fox 2 has made about it.
The House passed a bill to end the repayment of federal funds, but time was running out in the Senate. The federal government decided that families did not have to repay the money they had overpaid. The legislature even put some $ 40 million in the budget to cover the state’s overpayments.
Time passed before legislation could be passed to forgive the state’s overpayment. However, the state has made some concessions. The Oakville couple say the federal government has forgiven $ 5,000 and only owes the state about $ 200.
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