Deadline For Wildfire Victims To Apply For Disaster Unemployment Assistance Is Friday Victims of the Camp Fire in Butte County have until Friday, March 15 to file for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA).
Insurance Assistance, Unemployment: These Are Some Of The State Resources Available To Camp Fire VictimsMany state agencies are working to ease the burden placed on those affected by the fires.
Sacramento Economist: End Of Employment Benefits Economically Better In Long TermMore than a million Americans are holding out hope that something can be done to keep them from losing the checks they depend on to live before they lose everything else.
High Stakes For US Families Losing Jobless BenefitThe end of unemployment checks for more than a million people on Saturday is driving out-of-work Americans to consider selling cars, moving and taking minimum wage work after already slashing household budgets and pawning personal possessions to make ends meet.
220,000 Californians Losing Unemployment Benefits On SaturdayA federal extension passed during the recession added 37 weeks for a total of 63 weeks. That extension was not renewed when Congress left town for the holidays.
Assembly Gives EDD Set Of Goals After Botched System Upgrade Hits UnemployedCBS13 followed up with one man who was promised answers from the Employment Development Department after a hearing on Wednesday.
93,000 Californians Set To Lose Unemployment BenefitsFor those who have been unemployed long-term, it's not good news. The length of time you can receive unemployment benefits just got shorter.
Convicted Killer Got Unemployment While In SoCal JailAuthorities say a convicted killer who gained notoriety for having a murder scene tattooed on his chest received unemployment benefits while he was in jail.
Political Gridlock Could Affect Benefits To 1.1M Calif. UnemployedMore than 1 million unemployed Californians will be affected if Congress and President Barack Obama fail to break their political deadlock.
California Switches Jobless Payments To Debit CardsThe monthly unemployment check is disappearing for the 1.2 million Californians who receive jobless benefits, to be replaced by a state-issued debit card.