OPINION: California unemployment benefits fund ill-prepared for a downturn

Governor Brown’s administration has predicted even a moderate recession could cost California $60 billion in tax revenue, writes Dan Walters in the San Francisco Chronicle. However, reserve funds needed to provide benefits to jobless Californians are currently insufficient were such a downturn to occur. In fact, California ranked worst in the according to solvency rankings recently conducted by the US Labor Department.

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