DALLAS - Kansas' dwindling unemployment insurance trust fund could run out of money in two months, forcing the state to borrow millions of dollars from the federal government to keep payments flowing to 96,000 unemployed workers.

Labor Secretary Jim Garner said a sharp rise in the state's unemployment rate over the past few months has caused the fund to be depleted more rapidly than originally anticipated.

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