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Michael Ryder had been approved for $360 every week in Michigan unemployment benefits — until the state learned he’d been dogging it at the Detroit-area restaurant chain where he supposedly worked.Matt Yurus Reports
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Michigan Man Receives Letter Granting His Dog Unemployment BenefitsMichael Ryder had been approved for $360 every week in Michigan unemployment benefits — until the state learned he’d been dogging it at the Detroit-area restaurant chain where he supposedly worked.Matt Yurus Reports

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