Last week, Governor Gavin Newsom signed a $7.6 billion COVID-19 relief package, which includes $600 direct payments to nearly six million low income Californians.
Those payments will also be available to workers without legal status.
If you're eligible for the money, you can expect it to arrive about two months after you file your state taxes.
The bill also includes more than $2 billion to support small businesses, which Newsom called the "backbone" of the state's economy:
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We dive into when Californians can expect stimulus payments, plus we’ll talk about navigating unemployment and EDD. If you have a question for us, call 866-893-5722.
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With guest host Libby Denkmann
H.D. Palmer, spokesman for the California Department of Finance
Daniela Urban, executive director of the Center for Workers' Rights in Sacramento which advocates for workplace justice