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In CA: Coronavirus claims state's youngest victim, and $600 benefit expires

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Complications related to coronavirus claim the life of the first Golden State youth. Congress leaves without extending unemployment benefits — your move, state Legislature. And $2.1 billion heads to a vaccine whose makers hope to bring it to regulators early next year.
 
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The California Employment Development Dept. was grilled over its failure to pay benefits and how it plans to sort out the mess. Betty Yu reports. (7-30-20)

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