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Florida sues federal government to allow cruises to sail

3 days ago   |   By ABC

Florida's governor said the no-sail order is outdated and hurts the state as the industry generates billions for the economy and employs tens of thousands of Floridians.
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says his state is suing the CDC to bring back cruises

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says his state is suing the CDC to bring back cruises

3 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Thursday that the state will be suing the federal government and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to bring back the cruise industry "immediately."
"On behalf of the tens of thousands of Floridians whose livelihood depends on the viability of an open cruise industry, today Florida is fighting back," DeSantis said in a news conference in Miami.
The CDC has maintained its halt on cruising since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic when cruise ships around the world initially became superspreaders. However, several major...
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DeSantis Says Florida Suing Federal Government to Allow Cruises

3 days ago   |   By Bloomberg

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said the state is suing the federal government to allow cruising to return in the U.S., more than a year after the industry went on hiatus over the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Florida governor announces lawsuit against federal government, CDC over cruise industry shutdown

Florida governor announces lawsuit against federal government, CDC over cruise industry shutdown

3 days ago   |   By WESH

Florida is filing a lawsuit against the federal government and the CDC demanding the reopening of the cruise industry.
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