Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Tuesday suggested that a Workers’ Bill of Rights may be necessary to alleviate workers from mask mandates continually imposed upon them by their employers.
Speaking on Florida’s record-breaking domestic tourism numbers during a press conference in Fort Walton Beach, DeSantis talked about the restaurant industry in the state and the uphill battle the industry has faced throughout the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
Many restaurants in other states went out of business due to extended lockdowns and restrictions, the governor said, noting that you “have to have a shot record to even be able to sit down in some of these places.”
“It’s totally bizarre. Here in Florida, they’ve been able to do very well, and I think actually a lot of restaurants have never done better than they’ve done over the last year or so,” he said. Read more…