As 24 states run by Republican governors and legislatures are set to end enhanced federal unemployment benefits this summer in the hopes it returns people to the workforce amid the ebbing pandemic. Bill Adams, senior vice president and senior economist for The PNC Financial Services Group, joined Cheddar to discuss what the pullback on benefits might mean for workers and employers as well as for the U.S. economy as a whole. "Now the big question is how fast will workers return to the workforce and is it really the unemployment insurance benefit or is it still health concerns or childcare or other issues that are keeping workers out of the workforce," Adams said.