1% Surcharge At Some Florida Restaurants For Health Insurance And A Daughter Suing Her Parents For College?

Here today are DeWayne Benton with Holywood.com our own George Brown and Todd Demers.

First up, some Florida restaurants in a popular sports bar chain are now charging customers a 1% “Affordable Care Act” surcharge!

It’s on every customer’s bill.

The owner of the locations doing it says it’s so they can keep all their employees and still afford to give them health insurance.

Would it influence your decision to eat there?

A New Jersey teenager is suing her parents, to pay for school!

18-year-old Rachel Canning claims she was kicked out of her parents’ house and that they now refuse to pay her high school and college tuitions.

But they say she left home, because she didn’t like the house rules like chores, and curfew.

A judge has recommended family counseling.

A hearing is set for next month to determine if the Canning’s will be required to pay Rachel’s tuition.

Does she have a case, or is she just a spoiled brat?

And finally, a 10-year-old in Ohio got suspended from school for three days, for pointing his finger like a gun at another student’s head.

He says he was just playing around.

His father is stunned by the punishment, and worries about his son missing assignments.

But school officials say they adopted a Zero Tolerance Policy after school shootings across the country.









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