We have been on the phone with business owners facing eviction that same day, or who could not put food on their families’ tables that night because their bank accounts had dwindled as they patiently waited for their promised claim payments. #

Atwater wrote that he wants to work with Feinberg, and let his office offer ways to improve the process and speed it up. #

Florida CFO Jeff Atwater’s Leter to Kenneth Feinberg #

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