Three more states have announced plans to drop the federal government's $300 per week unemployment assistance next month.
This week, Texas, Indiana, and Oklahoma joined 17 other states - all led by Republican governors - that plan to drop the program in June instead of the current expiration date in September.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says his state's economy is "booming" with as many job openings as there are people collecting unemployment benefits. Oklahoma, meanwhile, is offering a $1,200 bonus to people on unemployment who return to work.