Notwithstanding the social and financial dislocations of this year (alright, someone has to say it…Will 2020 become 2021 already?…), the work of the world continues.
Towards that end, on June 29, 2020 Governor DeSantis has signed the 2020-2021 budget. As reported by the Governor’s office:
Today, Governor Ron DeSantis signed the state budget for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. The budget totals $92.2 billion, provides over $350 million in tax relief and includes more than $1 billion in vetoed spending. (Source: Governor Ron DeSantis Signs the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Budget)
Areas addressed in the budget include education, environment, transportation and economic development, general government, health and human resources, public safety. and reserves. See a detailed summary of the budget and see the quite lengthy veto list.
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For the pièce-de-résistance, and for the truly curious, the list of Paycheck Protection Program loan recipients as been published. So, nestle into a comfortable chair, get a cup of your favorite beverage and snack, and visit the Tallahassee Democrat’s all-states searchable list here.
Follow the specifics about the Payroll Protection Program, the implications of the Coronavirus/COVUD-19 pandemic in the ‘real world’ of Florida’s businesses, families, and individuals, as well as the various federal and Florida support initiatives.
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