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Some unemployed Americans could find it harder to draw jobless benefits under a bill the U.S. House of Representatives passed this week. The bill would allow states to require drug testing as a condition of eligibility and beneficiaries without a high school degree or GED would have to work toward that diploma to get unemployment aid. The bill would also reduce the maximum number of weeks for getting benefits from 99 weeks in high unemployment states to 59 weeks.

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