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Florida Vs Disney – Tons of Covid Waste

Will Disney leave Florida? How the company might respond in feud over self-governing status

The Walt Disney Co. has been silent this past week over the Florida Legislature’s action to repeal the Reedy Creek Improvement District. That’s the governing structure for Disney’s Orlando-area properties.

That silence leaves much unknown about how Disney will respond and what its next steps will be. Under the legislation, the move would take effect in June 2023.

The Legislature’s action came in response to Disney’s criticism of the Parental Rights in Education Act that Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law in March. The measure – which opponents have called the “Don’t Say Gay” bill – includes provisions that limit instruction about gender identity and sexual orientation in grades K-3.

Disney’s Pedophile Employees Caught in Florida Human Trafficking Sting Operation

Florida law enforcement conducted an undercover operation titled “Operation March Sadness II,” which resulted in the arrest of 108 individuals involved in human trafficking and pedophilia. Among those arrested were four Disney employees and a retired judge in the Cook County 4th Sub Circuit Court.

Biden says masking up on planes is ‘up to’ travelers after order nixed

​President Biden said Tuesday that American travelers should decide for themselves whether they want to don masks while flying after a Florida federal judge struck down the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention mandate for planes and most other forms of transportation a day earlier.

Speaking to reporters after landing in New Hampshire on Tuesday, the president was asked if people should continue to wear masks on planes.

“That’s up to them,” he replied.

The COVID-19 pandemic is generating tons of medical waste

Garbage contaminated with bodily fluids or other infectious materials is becoming a bigger concern for hospitals as they brace for a surge in patients sick with COVID-19 in the US. Patients and health care workers are quickly going through medical supplies and disposable personal protective equipment, like masks. Eventually all that used gear piles up as medical waste that needs to be safely discarded.

In Wuhan, where the novel coronavirus first emerged, officials didn’t just need to build new hospitals for the influx of patients; they had to construct a new medical waste plant and deploy 46 mobile waste treatment facilities too. Hospitals there generated six times as much medical waste at the peak of the outbreak as they did before the crisis began.

What Caused Manhole Blasts That Sent Panicked Crowds Running?

After three manhole explosions in Times Square Sunday night sent people running, triggering fear as smoke rose from streets in the heart of Manhattan, streets were reopened less than a day later — but many questions still remained.

Parliamentarians to receive combined $2.5 million pay raise during COVID-19 crisis

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, with economists predicting a recession on the horizon, parliamentarians will be receiving a combined $2.5 million pay increase effective April 1.

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