One of the first laws passed this year by the Minnesota Legislature will help about 3,000 Minnesotans who were about to exhaust their unemployment benefits and who were ineligible for extended benefits under federal law.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty signed the measure after it passed the state House 117-11 and won unanimous approval from the state Senate.
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