[independentnews.com] CALIFORNIA - New Regulations Help Victims Of Human Trafficking With Compensation
"The California Victim Compensation Board has made it easier for victims of human trafficking to qualify for up to $20,000 in lost income.
Assembly Bill 629, making victims of human trafficking eligible for up to $10,000 of lost income per year, for up to two years, went into effect on Jan. 1. But the Office of Administrative Law only recently approved the regulations adopted by CalVCB in May that allow the board to rely on evidence other than official employment records."
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