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Millions in California coronavirus jobless benefits sent to out-of-state prisoners

A month after officials estimated $400 million in unemployment benefits have been paid on fraudulent claims in the names of California prison inmates, a report to the agency has warned California benefits appear to have been paid to thousands of others behind bars in other states.(Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)

By ANITA CHABRIA, RICHARD WINTON, PATRICK MCGREEVY

Los Angeles Times

SACRAMENTO —  In the latest revelation of potential criminal fraud involving California jobless benefits, an analysis has found that more than $42 million in claims went to out-of-state prison and jail inmates, giving more clarity to what officials now estimate…

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