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#91   Ali(UA)  :

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у мене син впав минулого року з лісапеда. впав на асфальт, зламав руку але таке - гіпс. ще вагалися чи є перелом чи ні. подер шкіру сильно...
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у мене син впав минулого року з лісапеда. впав на асфальт, зламав руку але таке - гіпс. ще вагалися чи є перелом чи ні. подер шкіру сильно...

 

А тут жодної пошкрябини, а лікоть в хлам..... Треба ж було так умудритись


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А тут жодної пошкрябини, а лікоть в хлам..... Треба ж було так умудритись

блин, сочуствую... (((
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#94   Мокша_З_Запоребрика  :

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Так отож.... Стільки раз падав, навіть гипсу ніколи не було  :weep:

Скорейшего выздоровления. ЗАто в месте сращения костная мозоль будет самой жесткой и крепкой частью опорно-двигательного аппарата юного экстремала. Мой этим летом тоже руку ломал. Велкам ту зе клаб.:(


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самая жесть у меня с сыном была в санкт-антоне - горнолыжном курорте в австрии. он вьехал в рыхлый снег и сломал ногу (( это было лет 8 назад, а скоко раз он ломал (легко ) кисти на руках.. пальцы... на борьбу ходил.
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У нас тоже пипец надвигается.

https://ballotpedia....itiative_(2020)

 

Florida Amendment 2, the $15 Minimum Wage Initiative, is on the ballot in Florida as an initiated constitutional amendment on November 3, 2020.[1]

"yes" vote supports the initiative to increase the state's minimum wage incrementally until reaching $15 per hour in September 2026.

"no" vote opposes the initiative to increase the state's minimum wage incrementally until reaching $15 in September 2026, thereby keeping the existing minimum wage of $8.56 per hour as of 2020 and adjusted annually.


Fiscal impact statement

The fiscal impact statement for the amendment will appear on the ballot as follows:[5]

“ State and local government costs will increase to comply with the new minimum wage levels. Additional annual wage costs will be approximately $16 million in 2022, increasing to about $540 million in 2027 and thereafter. Government actions to mitigate these costs are unlikely to produce material savings. Other government costs and revenue impacts, both positive and negative, are not quantifiable.

THIS PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT IS ESTIMATED TO HAVE A NET NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE STATE BUDGET. THIS IMPACT MAY RESULT IN HIGHER TAXES OR A LOSS OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN A BALANCED STATE BUDGET AS REQUIRED BY THE CONSTITUTION.


то есть под эту шнягу будут подымать налоги.... в принципе это отрицательно скажеться на экономике штата. 


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#97   Ali(UA)  :

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вот пожалуйста - коммунисты - демократы против капиталистов - республиканцев:

Support

Florida For A Fair Wage is leading the campaign in support of the initiative. John Morgan is chairperson of the campaign.[1]

Supporters

 

Political Parties
  • Miami Dade Democratic Party 
Individuals Organizations

 

Arguments

 

  • Florida For a Fair Wage: "Florida needs to pass the Fair Wage Amendment to ensure that all hard-working Floridians can receive a living wage. The 'living wage' is the minimum cost that covers the basic needs of an individual and the needs of their family without government assistance. Florida’s minimum wage of $8.46 – or $17,600 per year – for a full-time employee is not a livable wage for many of the 200,000 hard-working Floridians that earn it, especially those working to support a family." 
  • John Morgan: "Years ago in the south they said the economy will not work if we don’t have slaves. They were so adamant about it they went to war over it. They fought each other to own people. What’s going on in America today is we’re paying people slave wages and I’m ready to go to war for that." Morgan also said a higher wage is good for businesses because it increases individuals' spending power and that a higher wage would result in less dependence on public assistance. 
  • League of Women Voters of Florida: "The League supports secure equal rights and equal opportunity for all, and promotes social and economic justice for all Americans. Florida’s present minimum wage yields $17,800 a year for a full-time worker, which doesn’t come close to a living wage for a family of four." 

 

Opposition
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Save Florida Jobs, Inc. (Amendment 2 Hurts You) is leading the campaign in opposition to the initiative.[6]

Opponents

 

Political Parties
  • Miami Dade Republican Party 
Organizations
  • Americans for Tax Reform 
  • Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association 
Arguments

 

  • Carol Dover, the CEO and president of the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association: "The proposed ballot initiative to raise Florida’s minimum wage to $15 an hour has a lot of feel-good appeal, but behind all the warm and fuzzies lie a plethora of unintended consequences. An increase like this would have disastrous impacts on businesses and individuals alike. Business owners will be forced to find solutions to control costs, and these solutions will have a direct impact on our state’s 1.4 million hospitality workers. The most obvious solutions include reducing the number of employees, reducing the number of hours remaining employees work and seeking labor alternatives like automation." 
  • Daniel Samess, CEO of the Greater Marathon Chamber of Commerce: "A lot of consumers may not understand the impact that this will have on their pockets and the industry. This is a trickle-down effect that starts with the business owner, then the employees and it gets passed on to the consumer." 
  • Amendment 2 Hurts You: "If we force local businesses to raise wages to $15 per hour, they will be forced to cut jobs, slash benefits, and reduce hours for the remaining workers. Amendment 2 results in less opportunity for young workers just getting their start or immigrant workers trying to build a new life here in Florida. Worse, Amendment 2 will cause prices to rise sharply, driving up the cost of living for middle-class families who already earn over $15 an hour and seniors on a fixed income. Finally, Amendment 2 is a bad solution for a big state like Florida." 

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#98   Мокша_З_Запоребрика  :

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Красота какая. Лучшие люди Америки за все хорошее против всего плохого:)


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