Florida residents will be handed out money to soften the blow of inflation


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis plans to use federal COVID-19 relief money to help families with children offset the cost of rising inflation. The Business Insider edition told more. to soften the blow of inflation” />

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Nearly 60,000 low-income Florida families are expected to receive checks for $450 to offset inflationary costs.

“This payment will help inflation-hit families preparing to send their children to school,” Florida Department of Children and Families spokeswoman Laura Walthall said in a statement.

According to Casey DeSantis, First Lady of Florida, the Governor has allocated $35.5 million of the $1 billion received by the state through the American Rescue Plan to fund this initiative.

According to Walthall, eligible recipients include adoptive parents, relatives and non-relatives, and families who receive

The Florida Department of Children and Families said about 59,000 families will receive at least one check.


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