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Rick Scott

Ab-normalization: Florida imposes sanctions on itself

Ab-normalization: Florida imposes sanctions on itself

When Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus folded its tent last month, 400 Floridians lost their jobs. Now, Florida’s Governor Rick Scott appears determined to turn his state’s drive for jobs into a Cuba policy clown show.

Shameless in Tallahassee

Shameless in Tallahassee

There’s a battle brewing between the Florida House and Senate over how to use the $1 billion budget surplus. Then there’s Gov. Rick Scott who wants to dole it out as tax breaks to rich individuals and even richer corporations, naturally.

Conexion Miami / Lopez-Cantera: Miami’s latest illusionist 

Conexion Miami / Lopez-Cantera: Miami’s latest illusionist 

The latest in a long ling of Miami illusionists wants Marco Rubio’s senate seat. It must be the water in Miami…

Conexion Miami / The growing Braman (political) empire 

Conexion Miami / The growing Braman (political) empire 

Dario Moreno, who oversaw the university center where Mr. Rubio worked and who taught classes with him, confirmed that Mr. Rubio had raised the money from Mr. Braman.” And later they say money can’t buy everything…

Bill Day’s latest: Rick Scott, the Sopranos and underwater Floridians

Bill Day’s latest: Rick Scott, the Sopranos and underwater Floridians

Nearly one million of the state’s at-risk citizens remain underwater – weighted down by the cement shoes of Scott’s brinkmanship.

Gov. Rick Scott shifts again on Medicaid expansion

Gov. Rick Scott shifts again on Medicaid expansion

PolitiFact Florida decided to put Scott’s position on expanding Medicaid on our Flip-O-Meter, to document whether he has changed position. Let’s follow Scott’s path over the past few years…

State of denial

State of denial

Florida Governor Rick Scott doesn’t want state workers to use the phrases “climate change” and “global warming.” Of course, Scott denies there is any such policy under his administration.

Dan Gelber: Florida in ‘dire need of leaders who embrace the long view’

Dan Gelber: Florida in ‘dire need of leaders who embrace the long view’

Florida state legislators begin the two-plus month session today that determines our coming year – from school funding to dealing with poverty and jobs, Medicaid and a host of other issues.

Conexion Miami / David Rivera is still free 

Conexion Miami / David Rivera is still free 

Rivera, who many claim is under federal investigation, keeps turning up in the unlikeliest of places and for some of the oddest reasons.

Florida Governor Rick Scott

Florida Governor Rick Scott

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