Boston, Accuweather, Portland City Council discussed on WBZ Morning News

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And best on Sunday before some rain showers. Move in either late in the day or Sunday night. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist seen before WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 27 in Boston. Good morning. It's a 25. Let's take a look at New England business now. Deep cuts. Of course, sir. Coming to the Mbita. It's expected to happen early next year. Price hikes are on the way at the Steamship Authority officials say the pandemic is killing me, Smalls. And the increases are necessary to keep the books balanced for next year's operating budget. Passenger fares will be going up a buck parking permits on the vessels will go up by $50. Paying low wage workers could get even Morrell expensive for businesses in Portland, Maine, and many say they're going to pay a new city ordinance emergency minimum wage right now, instead of waiting until 2020 to see the devil is in the details here of a new City ordinance, which is really not all that clear when the hazard pay of time and a half for minimum wages kicks in. Even the Portland City Council says it's not designed to take effect until more than a year from now. But the concern is that employees could gather to file a lawsuit and that could make it even more costly. Many companies will start paying it now, therefore, rather than be subject to what could amount to triple damages at Waltham drugmakers, claiming it's now rejected bipolar medication. By the by the FDA is a victim of coronavirus. The rejection comes for Alkermes. Weeks after advisory panel voted in favor of the treatment, it says it's going to reapply for approval next. Willing to battle the cold just to get to the weekend. It is getting warmer, albeit very slowly this morning is 27 degrees right now coming up on WBC news radio honoring a local soldier.

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