NO CASE: State Attorney Willie Meggs said Thursday that he will not investigate whether the state’s open meetings law was violated by Gov. Rick Scott and the three elected Cabinet members in last month’s ouster of the commissioner of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. “It doesn’t ring my bell,” Meggs told the Herald/Times on Thursday.
NO CASE: State Attorney Willie Meggs said Thursday that he will not investigate whether the state’s open meetings law was violated by Gov. Rick Scott and the three elected Cabinet members in last month’s ouster of the commissioner of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. “It doesn’t ring my bell,” Meggs told the Herald/Times on Thursday. STEVEN CANNON AP
NO CASE: State Attorney Willie Meggs said Thursday that he will not investigate whether the state’s open meetings law was violated by Gov. Rick Scott and the three elected Cabinet members in last month’s ouster of the commissioner of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. “It doesn’t ring my bell,” Meggs told the Herald/Times on Thursday. STEVEN CANNON AP

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