On Wednesday, community members with Make the Road New York marched with more than 1,000 workers and elected officials in Albany, to rally for additional state funding of unemployment benefits for excluded workers. Protestors are demanding an additional $3 billion in the state budget for excluded workers who are ineligible for compensation if they lose a job or earnings.
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