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Routine processing delays

by Audri Smith | Jun 23, 2020

The Kansas Department of Labor is notifying claimants of routine processing delays of unemployment insurance benefits due to the Kansas fiscal year ending and the Independence Day holiday. Unemployment claims processed on June 29th  will pay out on July 2nd. Unemployment claims processed on June 30th  will pay out on July 6th due to the observance of the Independence Day holiday. 

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