Picture, if you will, the screaming headlines, the cries of negligence and/or corruption if it had been Rick Scott who handed 90 million taxpayer dollars to a company that went belly up three years later.
Digital Domain Media Group's collapse last week made victims of all Florida taxpayers. To the tune of $20 million. But few of those taxpayers will feel the pinch quite as directly as the long-suffering citizens of Port St. Lucie.
They both believe boosting jobs and improving transportation along the Interstate 4 corridor are key issues for Florida’s 12th District. They also agree on states' rights when it comes to protecting our borders from the flood of illegal immigrants and shielding Floridians from health insurance mandates coming down from Washington bureaucrats.