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Those eligible would be workers "like the ones staffing our hospitals and nursing homes, stocking the shelves at grocery stores, providing child care to critical infrastructure workers, manufacturing PPE, protecting public safety, picking up trash or delivering supplies
Details about the program, how people would apply for it or how much it would cost were not immediately released. Whitmer said the state would use federal grant money to pay the costs.
Whitmer said the state would use federal grant money to pay the costs.
originally posted by: JAGStorm
a reply to: timequake
They are going to need it, pretty soon robots will be doing those jobs