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It’s a working class party now

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Beloved Florida governor Ron DeSantis knows what the workers who are this country’s salt of the Earth really want — the inalienable right to die of heat stroke while working for a very low wage:

Without fanfare and after business hours, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a law that prevents local governments from requiring worker protections from heat exposure and forbidding them to impose minimum wage requirements on contractors.

The bill, backed by business groups, was fiercely debated and received final approval from the House and Senate on March 8, the final day of the session.

DeSantis’ office revealed that he had approved the measure (HB 433) in a news release without comment on Thursday night. For much of his administration, including Friday, the governor has held news conferences to celebrate bill signings.

In a statement, Bill Herrle, Florida director of the National Federation of Independent Business, said the new law would help “create a stable environment where owners can grow their businesses.”

And don’t forget LOCAL CONTROL! The Democrat Party will never understand the importance of this.

Another important thing ordinary people value is the right to be subject to unconstrained police violence:

Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a controversial bill Friday stripping civilian oversight boards of their power to investigate police misconduct.

The bill, HB 601, instead allows local chiefs of police agencies to create their own “civilian oversight” boards composed of three to seven members, all appointed by the chief or sheriff. But these boards can only review policies and procedures, not oversee use-of-force complaints or internal affairs investigations.

The new legislation “puts the kibosh on these extrajudicial investigations against law enforcement,” DeSantis said at a news conference at the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office, describing the boards as “stacked with activists.”

The law does not allow members of the boards to be appointed by local governments.

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