HARRISBURG (AP) — Eighteen inmates in Pennsylvania state prisons and two girlfriends of inmates on the outside are facing new charges in what authorities describe as a scheme to fraudulently obtain jobless benefits for ineligible prisoners. The 20 sets of charges announced today by state Attorney General Josh Shapiro come a month after prosecutors disclosed the investigation into illegal applications for unemployment compensation benefits that were temporarily enhanced because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Shapiro says the investigation isn’t over. He says that while some never received the money, the 20 defendants together collected about $300,000.