Ten members of Congress recently rejected campaign contributions from GEO Group.
A U.S. Senate investigation in 2015 concluded that Gilead put profits before patients in pricing its Hep C drugs, refusing to lower prices.
Specifically, Scott cut these patients’ only non-profit insurance provider, all while HIV spreads faster in Florida than any other state. From WINK’s Britni McDonald, 4/18/2018: […]
Scott spent a grand total of 29 months in the Navy.
“I put all my assets in a blind trust. So I don’t know how they invested the dollars.”
Contributions to Rick Scott’s new fund include maximum-amount checks from Big Sugar magnates, Florida-based developers, and the sports world.
Remember when Rick Scott became the only public official in Florida to hide his finances using a “blind trust”?
“It seems incredible that our governor made over $120 million and we really have no clue as to how.”
“Scott’s choice to run the South Florida Water Management District opposed the new reservoir that the Legislature approved in 2017.”
As Scott was negotiating that tax break, the company was hashing out a deal with the feds to pay a $3.8 million settlement to the Department of Justice over a medical-fraud claim. Florida gave the company the tax breaks anyway.