Bay Area residents shared their frustrations about delays in getting their unemployment assistance.
Assemblypersons David Chiu, D-San Francisco, and Kevin Kiley, R-El Dorado County, joined us to discuss possible solutions to this crisis.
We talked to an HR manager from a major company who spoke about what his employees have been dealing with and what he sees as the problems that need fixing at EDD.
Watch the town hall in its entirety in the video player above.
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