02.03.2012 [USA TODAY] - Rick Scott has indicated that he would sign the legislation, the Herald reports. "As you know, I believe in Jesus Christ and I believe individuals should have a right to say a prayer," Scott says. Backers of the bill say the concept of "inspirational"
28.02.2012 [MiamiHerald.com (blog)] - Rick Scott offered Barack Obama a compliment during his visit to the White House with other governors Sunday. "Allow me to take this opportunity to tell you how much I appreciate your recent proposal to reduce the corporate income tax rate to help spur
02.03.2012 [MiamiHerald.com (blog)] - Rick Scott's request but a major leap from the zero the Senate had initially penciled in. Environmental groups praised the move as a positive sign, saying they were cautiously optimistic that it signaled a change in direction from last year's tough
29.02.2012 [MiamiHerald.com (blog)] - Rick Scott welcomed Keys residents to Tallahassee Wednesday on Florida Keys Day and the governor got a warm welcome from the visiting Conchs when he spoke the magic words: "Wastewater treatment." The top legislative priority for Monroe County in this
17.02.2012 [MiamiHerald.com (blog)] - Rick Scott said he will explore opportunities to privatize state prisons on his own following the Senate's defeat of a bill that would have required some prisons be bid out to private companies. Speaking to reporters Thursday morning after a public
Howard Simon, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida, talks with Rachel Maddow about how Florida governor Rick Scott is keeping his organization busy... - 03.06.2011, MSNBC
5.11.2012 [derStandard.at] - In den wahrscheinlich entscheidenden Swing States bringen Obama und Romney ihre Anwälte in Stellung. Schon am Wochenende wurden in Florida erste Erinnerungen an die Wahl im Jahr 2000 wach, als der Sieger erst nach 35 Tagen feststand
03.03.2012 [Florida Times-Union (blog)] - Rick Scott. Florida Current http://bit.ly/xrYPB8 Howdy, it's Friday and this is Florida Morning, your daily digest of political news around the Sunshine State. House proposes charter school task force, deal reached on PreK-12 spending
02.03.2012 [Tampa Bay Business Journal (blog)] - Rick Scott's decision to drug-test state workers. Fifty nine percent said no when asked, “Do you support Gov. Scott's mandate to force state workers to take drug tests?”; 40 percent said yes. A total of 1324 readers responded to the online survey.
24.02.2012 [WPTV] - Governor Rick Scott addressed a number of issues at a speech in West Palm Beach Friday. He spoke to the Forum Club in the Cohen Pavilion at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts during a noon luncheon. It was a fairly short speech but governor
02.03.2012 [PolitiFact] - Rick Scott says abuse of Florida's auto insurance law is forcing drivers to pay more for their car insurance. He's made reforming the law, also known as personal injury protection, or PIP, his second-highest priority this legislative session.
23.02.2012 [Palm Beach Post] - Rick Scott to sign off on a proposal allowing the University of Florida and Florida State University to charge higher tuitions than the state's nine other public universities. Scott said he does not want a tuition hike for university students and their
23.02.2012 [Wink News] - Rick Scott is losing another agency head after just a year in office. Jack Miles, the secretary of the Department of Management Services, resigned from his $140000 a year job on Tuesday. Miles plans to stay in his post until March 31.
02.03.2012 [Korea Times] - Rick Scott appointed Glenton Gilzean Jr. to the Pinellas County School Board in January to fill the seat that had been held by Lew Williams, who died in December. It didn't go over well in Pinellas. Gilzean holds a master's degree in business
01.03.2012 [Palm Beach Post] - Rick Scott, who is expected to sign it as early as today. With Dillon watching from the public gallery, the Florida Senate gave final passage to the compensation for the Brevard County man, a priority of Senate President Mike Haridopolos that was part