Two nasty algal blooms have killed not only tons of marine life in Southwest Florida but also part of the economy.
Within months of Gov. Rick Scott’s photo-op visit to the plant in May 2015 and Enterprise Florida’s report on its successful partnership with Altair, the property in Hendry County was in foreclosure.
By WJHG’s Mike Vasilinda, 08/04/2016: Florida Governor Rick Scott was among the first to endorse Donald Trump and this week recommitted his support for the […] Read More
By TCPalm’s Arek Sarkissian, 9/9/2015: Gov. Rick Scott appears to be on his way to Kentucky in the next couple of weeks, armed with reasons why […] Read More
From Context Florida’s Daniel Tilson, 07/12/2015: The job growth report released this month by ADP Research Institute places Florida second nationally with almost 32,000 new […] Read More
Rick Scott just vetoed $461 Million Dollars Worth of Homeless, Education, Mental Health, and Infrastructure Spending
From Political Fix Florida’s Jenna Buzzacco-Foerster, 06/13/2105: Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday, signed the state’s $78 billion budget, vetoing more than $460 million in […] Read More
From Tampa Bay Times, 01/09/2014: “When I hear a politician say that we have to raise the minimum wage so working families can make ends meet, […] Read More
From the Associated Press, 10/31/2013, and News-Press.com, 10/31/2013: The board of Enterprise Florida, the organization set up to lure companies to the state, approved a […] Read More
From The Florida Times-Union, 10/28/2013: Starting in 2013, the Department of Business and Professional Regulation started sending letters packed with glowing tid-bits about Scott’s background […] Read More
From the Tampa Bay Times, 10/15/2013: One of the biggest supporters of Gov. Rick Scott’s ‘Let’s Get to Work’ political committee has put nearly 500 […] Read More