The governor's veto pen has killed projects that would improve Floridians’ quality of life, while sparing others pushed by influential donors. At the same time, his anti-woke pension investments ban is costing state employees billions of dollars.
If the country defaults on its debt, millions of people would lose their jobs, retirement accounts would be decimated, Social Security payments could be delayed, Medicare and Medicaid benefits could be affected, and military members could see paychecks delayed.
Under the GOP's agenda, hundreds of thousands of Floridians would lose access to food assistance, more than 17,000 kids would lose preschool and childcare slots, and tens of thousands of seniors would lose access to Meals on Wheels, among other cuts.
An estimated 833,000 Floridians would lose access to food assistance, 17,600 kids would lose preschool and child care slots, and Florida veterans would lose 566,500 doctors visits for issues like mental health and substance disorder treatment under the bill.