Today marks three months since the disastrous launch of CONNECT, the state’s troubled website created to handle claims and benefits for 200,000-plus unemployed Florida residents.
And today, Florida taxpayers may finally start getting some answers about why the $63 million website built to replace a 30-year-old system that had fallen into disrepair, is still undependable for people who need it to pay the barest of essentials — like rent and food — while they look for a job.
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