When will your state pay extended federal unemployment benefits?

Where does your state stand in the process of extending federal unemployment benefits? The situation changes daily but this is the status yesterday 8/20 according to Forbes. States not listed have made no announcement yet. Once approved and paid, the benefit still might not be available for long because of the federal government’s spending approval process.

StateFEMA ApprovedEnhanced Benefit AmountBenefits Start On
AlaskaTBD$300TBD
Arizona8/15/2020$3008/17/2020
ArkansasTBD$300Weeks away
CaliforniaTBD$300TBD
Colorado8/16/2020TBDMid to Late Sept.
ConnecticutTBD$300TBD
IdahoTBD$300TBD
Indiana8/19/2020$300Mid to Late Sept.
Iowa8/15/2020$300TBD
KentuckyTBD$400Early September
Louisiana8/15/2020$300Week of Aug. 24th
MarylandTBD$300Late Sept.
MassachusetsTBDTBDTBD
MichiganTBD$300TBD
MississippiUndecided  
Missouri8/16/2020TBDTBD
Montana8/18/2020$400TBD
New HampshireTBD$300TBD
New Mexico8/15/2020TBDTBD
New York
North CarolinaTBD$300TBD
OhioTBD$300TBD
Oklahoma8/18/2020$300TBD
OregonUndecidednullnull
PennsylvaniaTBD$300TBD
Rhode IslandTBD$300TBD
South Dakota
TennesseeTBD$300TBD
TexasTBD$300TBD
Utah8/16/2020$300Approx. 3 weeks
VirginiaTBDTBDTBD
WashingtonTBD$300TBD
West VirginiaTBD$400TBD