3 Charged In Northern California Prison-Based EDD Fraud SchemeTwo Northern California prison inmates and a Los Angeles woman have been charged with submitting $1.4 million in fraudulent unemployment insurance claims to the California Employment Development Department (EDD).
State EDD Launches Dashboard Of Pandemic-Era Unemployment Insurance DataThe state's Employment Development Department launched an expanded online dashboard for unemployment claim and payment data Friday, outlining its efforts to catch up with its backlog of claims.
State Officials Put 2-Week Freeze on New Unemployment ClaimsCalifornia will not accept new unemployment claims for the next two weeks as the state works to prevent fraud and reduce a backlog as more than 2 million people are out of work statewide during the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump's Additional $300 Unemployment Benefits Could Now Last Up To Six WeeksUnemployed individuals who qualify for an additional $300 under Trump's Lost Wages Assistance program may receive up to six weeks worth of benefits.
Trump's Additional Unemployment Benefit: What We Know Right NowPresident Trump's Lost Wages Assistance program is intended to increase weekly unemployment benefits, but implementation has been slow.
San Mateo County Inmates Accused Of $150K COVID-19 Unemployment Insurance FraudMore than 20 people, including multiple state and local inmates, are accused of netting more than $150,000 in fraudulent COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic unemployment insurance.
Gov. Newsom Pledges Financial Support in Meeting With California TSA AgentsGov. Gavin Newsom says California will offer unemployment benefits to federal employees working without pay during the government shutdown.
California Gets Over $800 Million In Unemployment FundsFederal officials announced Wednesday that California will receive more than $800 million in funding to help the unemployed as the state struggles to deal with the economy and a huge budget hole.
California Borrowing Billions To Pay For UnemploymentWith one in every eight workers unemployed and empty state coffers, California is borrowing billions of dollars from the federal government to pay unemployment insurance.