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Photo Gallery: Secretary Solis at Capitol UI Extension Press Conference
(November 30, 2011)

Images include:

  • Secretary Solis joined unemployed teacher Jill Fleming-Salopek and out of work bus driver Vincent Brandon, along with members of Congress to talk about the importance of extending funding for federal unemployment insurance benefit programs.
  • Minority Whip Steny Hoyer vows to pass an extension of UI funding as Sandy Levin, Rosa DeLauro, Jack Reed, James Clyburn, and Secretary Solis look on.
  • An out-of-work member of DC's IBEW Local 26 listens in, surrounded by unemployed steelworkers from New York.
  • Congressman Lloyd Doggett speaks about the bill he introduced which would extend federal funding for unemployment insurance benefits.
  • Prior to the press conference, Secretary Solis meets with members of congress and Jill Fleming-Salopek.
  • Sandy Levin hosted the press conference in conjunction with the National Employment Law Project to draw attention to the more than 5 million people who stand to lose benefits if federal funding is allowed to expire in December.

Images include:

  • Secretary Solis joined unemployed teacher Jill Fleming-Salopek and out of work bus driver Vincent Brandon, along with members of Congress to talk about the importance of extending funding for federal unemployment insurance benefit programs.
  • Minority Whip Steny Hoyer vows to pass an extension of UI funding as Sandy Levin, Rosa DeLauro, Jack Reed, James Clyburn, and Secretary Solis look on.
  • An out-of-work member of DC's IBEW Local 26 listens in, surrounded by unemployed steelworkers from New York.
  • Congressman Lloyd Doggett speaks about the bill he introduced which would extend federal funding for unemployment insurance benefits.
  • Prior to the press conference, Secretary Solis meets with members of congress and Jill Fleming-Salopek.
  • Sandy Levin hosted the press conference in conjunction with the National Employment Law Project to draw attention to the more than 5 million people who stand to lose benefits if federal funding is allowed to expire in December.