The steep drop in Louisiana’s unemployment trust fund balance during the coronavirus outbreak will not trigger a decline in benefits for jobless workers or tax hikes on businesses. The House unanimously gave final passage yesterday to measures that will keep the unemployment benefits and tax rates on businesses that pay into the fund at the status quo through 2021. The Senate already had unanimously agreed to the proposals, so Tuesday’s votes were the last needed. Lawmakers still haven’t found a long-term fix to refilling the fund drained during the pandemic. Louisiana started borrowing federal money this month to pay jobless benefits.