UPDATE: Pennsylvania to resolve cases of unemployment benefits cut off without notice

Community Legal Services attorney Sharon Dietrich, who represents the Philadelphia Unemployment Project, outside U.S. Labor Department offices in Philadelphia Tuesday, protesting the state's halting of unemployment benefits to at least 275 people without notice.
Community Legal Services attorney Sharon Dietrich, who represents the Philadelphia Unemployment Project, outside U.S. Labor Department offices in Philadelphia Tuesday, protesting the state's halting of unemployment benefits to at least 275 people without notice. Photo credit Photo: John Dodds