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Florida’s rising number of COVID-19 cases could be the leading edge of a dangerous spike that could continue for months as the state remains wide open for business, tourism and education, public health experts warn.
Tropical Depression No. 28 became Tropical Storm Zeta early Sunday morning, as predicted, making the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season the fastest to get to 27 named storms.
Despite early problems, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) helped thousands of small businesses across the country survive the shutdown. While lawmakers continue to bicker over another round of stimulus, there is a bipartisan support for another round of the PPP funding.
Floridians with lots of disposable income have been going on a major spending spree for sports cars, fancy watches, country club memberships and home upgrades.
Florida’s popular Bright Futures Scholarship program could be behind a controversial decision that has left the state as the only one in the country insisting students sit for ACT or SAT tests during the pandemic in order to apply for admission to public universities.
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