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Temporary Extensions Act of 2010

March 2, 2010
Policy Area: 
Economic Target: 
Action Type: 
Maximum Amount: 
$8.02 billion
Amount Spent: 
$8.02 billion
Deficit Impact: 
$8.02 billion

As part of the Temporary Extension Act of 2010, unemployment benefits were extended for another month, raising the maximum number of eligible weeks in which unemployed workers can receive benefits up from 99 to 103.

Extended unemployment insurance benefits were originally passed as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.


Other minor spending provisions were also included in the legislation. The deficit impact reflects the net change in the deficit from unemployment insurance.

Maximum amount reflects total increased outlays and reduced revenues for the provision over the 2010-2020 period.

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