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The 45th and current Governor of the U.S. state of Florida, assumed office in 2011.
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ENG: Richard Lynn "Rick" Scott (born December 1, 1952) is an American politician who is the 45th and current Governor of the U.S. state of Florida. Scott served in the U.S. Navy and then went into business. He earned a business degree and law degree and joined a Dallas firm where he became partner. In 1987 he helped found the Columbia Hospital Corporation with two business partners; this merged with Hospital Corporation of America in 1989 to form Columbia/HCA and eventually became the largest private for-profit health care company in the U.S. He was forced to resign as Chief Executive of Columbia/HCA in 1997 amid a scandal over the company's business and Medicare billing practices; the company ultimately admitted to fourteen felonies and agreed to pay the federal government over $600 ...
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Rick Scott's Bottom Line: Hail To The Chamber!


Just in case there are any Floridians left who really believe Rick Scott has their best interests in mind, he's taken part in an "infomercial" with the Florida Chamber Of Commerce and their President, Mark Wilson to boldly prove otherwise. In the video below, Scott participates in the Chamber's "Bottom Line" series, which is described on the Chamber website as "a weekly web-based program featuring key figures from Florida's corridors of power." It seems to be designed to look like a question and answer session on Florida's economy, jobs, pension "reform" and education, but comes off more like ...


Gov. Scott’s drug-testing order may face legal challenges


Scott’s executive order requiring drug testing for many current state workers and job applicants appears may be headed for a legal challenge. How much do Florida taxpayers have a right to know about public employees? By signing an executive order last week that requires drug testing for many current state workers and job applicants, Gov. Rick Scott is betting the public is entitled to know a lot. Legal scholars say the governor has overreached, and that his order contradicts what many consider to be settled law regarding drug-testing of government employees. Both sides appear ...


Rick Scott’s Approval Ratings Plummet


If we lived in New York, the tabloid headline today might read: “Rick Scott to Voters: Drop Dead.” That’s because an interesting poll was released yesterday. A group called Public Policy Polling recently asked 500 Florida voters whether they approved or disapproved of the governor’s performance. And so, three months into Gov. Rick Scott’s term, we now havenumbers to confirm what people on Internet forums and in baseball stadiums already know: Floridian’s don’t much care for Scott’s gut-education/attack-workers/slash-and-burn strategy. More ...


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Governor Rick Scott Appoints Donald Polmann to the Florida Public Service Commission
Polmann, 59, of Dunedin, is a self-employed consultant in civil and environmental engineering. He received his bachelor's degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, his master's degree from the University of Florida, and his doctorate in civil engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Miami Beach's Naled Debate Devolves Into Circus at City Hall
Just after 11 a.m. today, a former Columbia University professor, who now serves as dean of Florida International University's Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work, stood in front of a packed crowd at Miami Beach City Hall. Opening his speech, Dr. Tomas R. Guilarte thanked everyone in attendance for voicing their concerns about the Zika virus - both the city commissioners and the ardent group of protesters gathered to stop Miami-Dade County from spraying naled, a controversial pesticide, over their city.
Gov. Scott Announces Hotwire Communications Headquarters Relocation From Pennsylvania to Florida
Governor Rick Scott announced today that Hotwire Communications, one of the nation's leading fiber optics telecommunications providers, will open its new headquarters -the Hotwire Technology Center- in Ft. Lauderdale.
Biscayne Bay Drift Card launch aims to gather data on climate change, pollution
More than twenty researchers and students threw colorful, data-collecting "drift cards" from onboard the F.G. Walton Smith docked at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences on Monday morning to launch the Biscayne Bay Drift Card Study. The Drift Card Study involves the release of scientific "cards" into the ocean in order to track their movement around Biscayne Bay and locate where they ultimately wash ashore.



 
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