Astu Bah

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In a single day, Astu Bah made 700 calls to California's Employment Development Department. The mom of two applied for unemployment in March and finally got through to EDD in April.

Californians applied for unemployment months ago. Some still haven’t gotten their money

In a single day, Astu Bah made 700 calls to California's Employment Development Department. The mom of two applied for unemployment in March and finally got through to EDD in April.

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