The Hill’s 12:30 Report: Biden, Harris’s first day as running mates

Cate Martel, The Hill
New polling on the $600 a week unemployment benefit: More than half of voters in four Senate swing states are in favor of extending the expanded unemployment insurance, according to new polling from the Justice Collaborative and Data for Progress. The numbers: 63 percent of North Carolina voters polled are in favor of extending expanded unemployment insurance during the pandemic, while 29 percent think the unemployment relief should end; 14 percent are undecided. And in the other three states: 51 percent of Maine voters, 60 percent of Arizona voters and 53 percent of Iowa voters think the benefit should continue.