Coronapocalypse 2020: Workers walk, students party, senators clash
Mass layoffs among the travel industry induced by coronavirus concerns have shown large companies are prioritizing pouring money into stock buybacks rather than setting up emergency funds for their employees. Also, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is being sued for failing to close the beaches during this pandemic, as thousands of spring breakers continue to put themselves at risk. Plus, senators were found to be selling off stocks in DROVES, using apparent insider trading techniques to ‘get out’ before the coronavirus decimated Wall Street. RT correspondent Brigida Santos discusses how Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi is asking President Trump for an aid package to keep the popular ride-sharing service afloat. Legal journalist Mollye Barrows breaks down what state-mandated quarantines and shelter-in-place directives mean for Americans from a legal standpoint. What rights do and DON’T we have while on virtual house arrest?
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