Gov. Rick Scott abandoned his 2011 executive order requiring random drug screens for more than three-quarters of Florida's state employees, as well as recipients of welfare programs. But not before racking up a legal bill that will cost taxpayers $775,000.
Gov. Rick Scott and Florida’s Republican-led legislature have become the national vanguard for testing the boundaries of accepted constitutional protections.
Tristram Korten: El gobernador Rick Scott y la Legislatura de la Florida, controlada por los republicanos, se han convertido en la vanguardia nacional para poner a prueba los límites de las protecciones constitucionales aceptadas.
Ralph De La Cruz: A lawsuit now in the courts rests its arguments on Florida's constitutional mandate to fund high-quality public education.