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If you're a Floridian who needs to apply for public assistance, if Rick Scott had his way you would have to pass a drug test first.
If you're a Floridian who is unemployed through no fault of your own and you need unemployment compensation, you have to jump through several hoops, and when you're done, Scott's unemployment website doesn't work anyway, so chances are you're out of luck.
If you want to vote in Florida, you have to prove yourself voting worthy in the form of mountains of documented proof, and then hope you don't get caught up in one of Scott's voter purges.
And in the state which has the only governor in history with a blind trust, if you want to find out what else he's up to through access to public records through our Sunshine Laws, the forecast is more like cloudy with a chance of a full blackout.
The Center for Public Integrity has just released the State Integrity 2015 report, and Florida scored a "D."
Color me not shocked in the least.
When scoring the access to public information, Florida get's an "F."
The rest of the Florida "report card" in assessing the systems in place to deter corruption in state government breaks down like this:
Political Financing, Electoral Oversight, Judicial Accountability, State Budget Processes, State Civil Services Management, and Lobbying Disclosure all scored an "F."
Earning a "D" or "D+" were Executive Accountability, Procurement, Ethics Enforcement and State Pension Management.
Legislative Accountability rated a "C+" and Internal Auditing a "B."
To see the full report, which is easier to access than whatever Florida government is up to, click here.
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