Workers under 21 and other “hard-to-hire” employees could earn less than minimum wage if a bill some have called “discriminatory” is passed.
The national press secretary said the state has a fair amount of doses while the state’s governor insists they need more and does not support Biden’s distribution plan.
The culprits of distributing this misinformation were right there on social media.
Now Democratic lawmakers have filed a bill that would increase benefits and double the maximum eligibility period.
Nearly 300,000 Spanish-speaking students in Florida will have to take a test in person at a time when COVID cases are on the rise.
“Keep going into every available website and call every available number... Tens of thousands have already been vaccinated so it’s out there," Salinas said.
The bill has been widely denounced by Florida Democrats as a measure that “promises selective enforcement against people of color.”