Andrew Dys

January 2, 2013 11:52 PM

York County’s unemployed upset at politicians in fiscal cliff deal

The last-minute deal by politicians saved unemployment insurance for about 2 million Americans. But many unemployed who are thankful the deal was done still are furious politicians took so long.

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