For the jobless, California’s unemployment judges may be the only authority that can fend off the need for food stamps or welfare.

These administrative law judges, numbering about 200 statewide, are charged with deciding whether the Employment Development Department properly denied unemployment benefits to claimants. Almost half the time, they rule in the claimants’ favor.

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