Rick Scott and cabinet will meet Nov. 20 by telephone, just hours after Scott and two Cabinet members will certify the results of the Nov. 6 elections, to approve the FPL power plant. FPL’s parent company has donated more then $1 million to Scott’s campaigns, and Scott owns as much as $500,000 in company stock.
With Scott as governor, Florida was one of 20 Republican-led states to join a lawsuit to strike down the Obamacare provision requiring pre-existing conditions be covered.
From the SunPass toll collectors to the Brightline rail service, Rick Scott has secretly profited from the contractors who do business with the State of Florida.
If he wins the tight race for the Florida U.S. Senate seat, Rick Scott could well become the richest member of the next Congress.
Rick Scott has contributed almost $29 million of his own ill-gotten money to his Senate campaign since announcing his run in April.
The Court ruled Scott exceeded his authority when he started the process to find replacements for the three justices.
Scott’s investment portfolio has included a fund tied to the state’s largest public utility, a credit fund run by Brightline, a drug company for Medicaid patients, and a company that donated land to a new state university.
The power plant’s approval would benefit Florida Power and Light, Scott’s largest corporate campaign donor and a company in which the governor has invested as much as $500,000.
Florida’s governor is unable to tell the truth.
By spending tens of millions of dollars on paid TV ads and relentlessly barnstorming the state in his private jet, the Republican governor has repackaged himself.