A Bad Obama Labor Rule, Resurrected

The National Labor Relations Board dealt small businesses a blow on Monday when it brought back an Obama -era definition of what constitutes an employer. The reversal means that more companies will be classified as “joint employers” of their franchisees’ workers and contract staff, subjecting these businesses to greater risk and stricter regulations. Congress should… Read more A Bad Obama Labor Rule, Resurrected

Orlando International Airport Considers Replacing TSA with Privatized Airport Security

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ORLANDO, Fla. (FOX 35 WOFL) – The fight over airport security is heating up at the Orlando International Airport. The Orange County government is looking to get rid of the TSA and hire private contractors to operate the airport’s security measures. The TSA will still oversee the security of the airport, but the actual agents… Read more Orlando International Airport Considers Replacing TSA with Privatized Airport Security

The first housing complex for adults with developmental disabilities opens in Orlando

The first housing complex for adults with developmental disabilities opens in Orlando

Designed specifically for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities, Quest Village gives its tenants a chance at autonomy. The brainchild of Quest Inc., a nonprofit that provides aide to those with developmental or intellectual disabilities, the 40-unit housing complex is the first of its kind in Central Florida. Rents are on a fixed scale and… Read more The first housing complex for adults with developmental disabilities opens in Orlando

These Are the Best Places to Get Married in 2018 by State

Urbanites rejoice: Your big city wedding dream might not be as unrealistic as you’d think. Though planning a wedding is incredibly challenging and costly—couples shell out an average of $35,000 for their wedding day!—picking your favorite city venue might not be out of the question. Finance website WalletHub compared over 180 of the biggest cities… Read more These Are the Best Places to Get Married in 2018 by State

Orlando Boy Told Don’t Touch Bat; He Died From Rabies

Orlando Boy Told Don’t Touch Bat; He Died From Rabies

ORLANDO, FL — A 6-year-old Orlando boy who was scratched or bitten by a bat and contracted rabies has died. Ryker Roque died at an Orlando hospital on Sunday, according to a post from the online fundraising website GoFundMe. “We fought, Ryker fought very hard, he is our soldier,” the post said. “We lost our… Read more Orlando Boy Told Don’t Touch Bat; He Died From Rabies