In a surprise move, the Florida government has announced a new initiative to tackle inequality among Florida Panthers, one of the state’s most beloved and endangered species.
The program, dubbed ‘Panther Equality, Florida!’ (PEF), is being funded by the state’s budget, and aims to close the wage gap between the felines and other Florida wildlife.
Under the terms of PEF, Florida Panthers will receive a minimum wage of $15 an hour, as well as additional benefits such as paid sick leave and vacation days.
However, while the move has been welcomed by some, it has also sparked controversy. Many people have blamed the program for the brutal death of Logan Roy (Brian Cox) in the hit HBO show ‘Succession’.
According to reports, Roy’s death was the result of a fight between a Florida Panther and a local raccoon. The raccoon was able to overpower the Panther, leading to the death of Roy.
The incident has caused much public outcry, with some suggesting that the Panther was simply not paid enough to fend off the raccoon.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, ‘Succession’ star Alan Ruck discussed the impact of Roy’s death on the show’s final season, saying: “I think it will have a huge effect on Connor and the other characters. It’s a tragedy that Logan is gone, and it’s unfortunate that it happened the way it did. I think it will have a lasting impact on the show and the characters.”
At the time of writing, the Florida government has yet to comment on the incident, or the implications of PEF.
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