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California’s 2020 unemployment fraud claims may top $31 billion

California continues to struggle with the strain of the coronavirus

By Caitlin McFall

Fox News

California state officials have said that at least $11.4 billion in unemployment benefits have been mistakenly paid out to fraudulent cases since March 2020, with some estimates ranging as high as $31 billion.

Roughly 10 percent of all unemployment claims paid out in California during the coronavirus pandemic — which forced statewide shutdowns and unemployment increases — have involved fraud.

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