Remember some stories from last week of a suspiciously convenient jobs report that apparently did not include jobless claims from one state. It was believed at that the time that California failed to report its data, which accusation was vehemently denied by Pam Harris, the head of California's Employment Development Department. The Daily Caller now reports:
Early Thursday, the federal government finally revealed that California had, in fact, under-reported jobless data, skewing the national jobless claims results. This week’s updated jobs report corrected the error and showed unemployment claims spiking back up by 46,000 to 388,000.