Ashley Lopez: An inspector general report found that the process for doling out millions of taxpayer dollars to private companies hasn't changed much since Florida handed $20 million to Digital Domain -- a movie graphics company in Port St. Lucie that filed for bankruptcy and laid off its entire staff.
José Javier Rodriguez: As part of Sunshine Week, a state representative calls for greater transparency of Florida's economic development incentives.
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Ashley Lopez: Is the state agency charged with attracting jobs to Florida doing its own job?
Ashley Lopez: A group connected to the Koch brothers helped fund an Integrity Florida study of the state's economic incentives program.
Ashley Lopez: Digital Domain, a movie company based in Port St. Lucie, filed for bankruptcy this week. That means Florida taxpayers could be out $20 million.