Pandemic compensation case delayed

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A court case that could decide whether the state should cover business losses suffered because of the shutdown during the pandemic has been delayed to give the Legislature time to consider the issue.

Omega Bootcamps and its owner, Ryan Floyd, reached an agreement with the state to delay the case so legislative changes can be considered that would allow for a consistent statewide process for considering these types of compensation claims.

"This matter implicates significant . . .


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