This map lets you compare how the proposed unemployment extensions would impact weekly payments in your state

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Federal unemployment benefits officially lapsed on Friday, and lawmakers continue talks to negotiate an extension but have yet to come to an agreement.

A new interactive map from the US Chamber of Commerce lets you compare the impact of each proposal on your state and its unemployment benefits.

Every proposed plan has a weekly supplement, ranging from 400- 600.

States with the highest increase of coronavirus cases might see the biggest drop in unemployment benefits.

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As federal employment benefits officially run out, the US Chamber of Commerce released an interactive map that will show users what their unemployment benefits would look like for each proposed plan.

On Thursday, Senate Democrats blocked a GOP proposal that would've continued federal benefits but would have cut the 600 bonus to 200. The Senate Democrats proposal had a 3 trillion stimulus and continued the 600 benefit until January 2021.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why thoroughbred horse semen is the world's most expensive liquidSee Also:White House chief of staff says Trump won't extend the weekly unemployment boost because it 'paid people to stay home'Photos show what golf's biggest stars looked like when their careers startedHow Rupert Murdoch turned a small Australian newspaper into a global media empire and built a family dynasty worth 17 billion