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Jobless Claims Are Up Again in Florida

As Congress fails to reach an agreement on a second stimulus check, new unemployment claims grew from 23,063 to 25,012.

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Miami-Dade County Residents Have Until Dec. 15 to Apply for CARES Relief Funds

The most populous county in Florida still hasn’t doled out an undisclosed amount of its $474 million in CARES Act relief money to the businesses and residents that need it.

Roberto, a 24-year-old street vendor, said he continues to work because he hasn’t been able to find another job.
Being a Street Vendor Is Becoming a Dangerous Job for Latinos Across the Country

“We are good people, we come here to work. We don’t do bad things. Please help us by purchasing something.”

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‘La Gorda Who Loves to Bake’: Meet the Texas Chicana Who Turned a Passion for Sweets Into a Business

"This is the first time that I’m doing something I care about," says the Texas native who found her calling in the kitchen.

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How This Latino-Owned Plant Shop Survived the Pandemic

This San Antonio couple quit their jobs to work full-time in their new brick-and-mortar shop, after starting the city's first mobile nursery.

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Florida Amendments: What Passed and What They Mean For You

Here are the amendments that were passed by Florida voters.

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Trump Denounces Cuban Government But He Applied to Register His Trademark in Cuba in 2008

His attempts to negotiate with Cuba started at least a decade earlier, in 1998, when Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts paid a consulting firm for a business trip to Cuba on its behalf.