Amid the uncertainty, local government officials are growing increasingly frustrated with the historic levels of obfuscation coming from the Capitol Complex in Tallahassee.
Gov. Rick Scott skipped out on a deposition Friday that is part of a lawsuit concerning his alleged use of private emails and texts to conduct state business. Instead, Scott—who is currently locked in a heated and closely contested re-election bid— attended a fundraiser.
Howard Goodman: The state Senate appears ready for battle over a GOP plan to turn over a lot more of the state's prisons to private companies.
Ralph De La Cruz: Confrontational and secretive Ash Williams, the man responsible for Florida's $120 billion pension fund, was unanimously reappointed. The question: Why?
Ralph De La Cruz: One of the most expensive nuclear accidents in United States history happened right here in Florida a little over two years ago. And chances are, you probably never even heard about it.
Ralph De La Cruz: State Sen. Mike Fasano asked for public records pertaining to an investment by the State Board of Administration. His bill for those records: $10,750.13.