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California’s Unemployment Fraud Reaches At Least $20 Billion

October 26, 2021

California has given away at least $20 billion to criminals in the form of fraudulent unemployment benefits, state officials said Monday, confirming a number smaller than originally feared but one that still accounts for more than 11% of all benefits paid since the start of the pandemic. Read More

California First to Let Kids Add Parents to Insurance Plans

October 19, 2021

California is the first state to let some adult children add their parents as dependents on their insurance plans, a move advocates hope will cover the small population of people living in the country illegally who don't qualify for other assistance programs. Read More

Peter Lee To Resign From Covered California

September 21, 2021

Peter Lee, who has steered California’s Affordable Care Act marketplace since late 2011 and helped mold it into a model of what the federal health care law could achieve, announced Thursday he will leave his post in March. Read More

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