California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9111
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9111. (a) "Economically disadvantaged area" means an area which
meets all of the following requirements:
(1) It is composed of contiguous census tracts within or partly
within an urbanized area as defined by the most recent federal census
for which statistics are available.
(2) In the area 20 percent of the families report annual income
less than four thousand dollars ($4,000) according to the most recent
federal census for which statistics are available.
(3) The area has a population of not less than 25,000.
(b) "Economically disadvantaged area" also includes any portion of
an area if:
(1) Such portion is within or partly within an urbanized area but
because of technical factors such portion cannot be isolated as a
census tract or tracts or cannot be isolated as a "contiguous" census
(2) The total area when such portion is included meets the
requirements of paragraphs (2) and (3) of subdivision (a) of this
(c) The director shall periodically review the definition set
forth in this section and Section 9110, and he shall recommend
necessary changes to the Legislature and the Governor.
Last modified: February 22, 2013