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EDD director resigns, and nearly 12,000 could become homeless again


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California EDD director to step down 

Notices from the California Employment Development Department.

If you’re one of those who are still waiting for your California unemployment claim to be processed — it was reported earlier this month that there were more than 1.6 million backlogged claims — you might see some changes as there will soon be a new sheriff in town at the state’s Employment Development Department.

Sharon Hilliard, who was named as the organization’s director in February, has resigned, according to a report Friday by KCRA 3 Investigates.


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