FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Gov. Andy Beshear on Thursday suspended a $ 1,500 bonus intended to attract thousands of unemployed Kentucky workers to work, offering it as an alternative to removing improved unemployment benefits that Republicans have and companies accuse of causing a labor shortage.
The first 15,000 Kentuckians who qualify and return to work by July 30 will receive the one-time return-to-work incentive, the Democratic governor said. Beshear said he is setting aside $ 22.5 million in federal coronavirus relief funds to pay for the incentive.
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