The Florida Society of News Editors, the Associated Press and St. Petersburg attorney Matthew Weidner have filed a lawsuit accusing Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet members of violating the state’s open meetings law by secretly orchestrating a top law enforcement official’s removal from office.
The Florida Society of News Editors, the Associated Press and St. Petersburg attorney Matthew Weidner have filed a lawsuit accusing Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet members of violating the state’s open meetings law by secretly orchestrating a top law enforcement official’s removal from office. Courtesy of Gov. Rick Scott’s office
The Florida Society of News Editors, the Associated Press and St. Petersburg attorney Matthew Weidner have filed a lawsuit accusing Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet members of violating the state’s open meetings law by secretly orchestrating a top law enforcement official’s removal from office. Courtesy of Gov. Rick Scott’s office

Lawsuit alleges Gov. Rick Scott and Florida Cabinet violated Sunshine Law

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