In a Florida case that could have broader implications, a federal appeals court has upheld a U.S. Small Business Administration decision that prevents businesses from receiving Paycheck Protection Program loans if they are in bankruptcy proceedings.
The $300 in U.S. unemployment money is likely to arrive in January after Congress approved the money as part of a supplemental COVID-19 relief bill. But speed has not been Florida’s forte in delivering jobless benefits during the pandemic.
Landlords in South Florida have packed the courts with thousands of evictions cases, just waiting for the time to pursue them. It's still not clear whether Congress will extend the moratorium in a new COVID-19 relief bill.