'I feel cheated': California seniors disappointed they're left out of state's inflation relief package

Karen Boyles is on a fixed income and with rising costs, high gas prices and inflation, she can't afford to leave home. Boyles is one of the thousands of California seniors depending solely on social security. "Although we do pay into taxes every year, we buy houses, we buy cars, washing machines, groceries," she said. "We are paying taxes and we have paid our taxes in the past." She is in the group excluded from the state's new inflation relief program. KCRA 3's Michelle Bandur reports.