By Steve Bousquet
A little more “sunshine” in state government is proving tough to accomplish.
It has been nearly six months since Gov. Rick Scott and the three elected Cabinet members agreed that they needed a refresher course in Florida’s public records and open meeting laws. They agreed to do it by the end of the year at a public Cabinet meeting but the training has not been scheduled and Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam’s office calls the foot-dragging “alarming.”
At a meeting of Cabinet aides this week, Putnam’s Cabinet aide, Brooke McKnight, raised the issue.
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