New Bill Seeks to Recover COVID Funds Taken by Fraudsters

In Analysis by Michael Rae

What could he do if President Biden were to get serious about recovering pandemic relief stolen by fraudsters?
The question has to be asked because of Julie Su’s recent nomination to become the U.S. Labor Secretary. While serving as California’s Labor Secretary, Su famously did very little to combat pandemic unemployment insurance fraud other than leave it to her successors in office. Between April 2020 and July 2021, she burned through 15 months in which she could have taken action to recover stolen funds but did not.
This prolonged inaction can be considered a gift for the pandemic aid fraudsters. That’s because the federal

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