Lawsuit Blocked On Rick Scott Financial DisclosureAn appeals court Friday blocked a lawsuit aimed at requiring Gov. Rick Scott to disclose more information about his financial assets, saying such issues should be handled by the Florida Commission on Ethics.
Millionaires Make Up Nearly One-Third Of LegislatureNewly filed disclosure reports show nearly a third of state lawmakers are millionaires.
Florida Ethics Panel: Rivera Deserves Fine, ReprimandA Florida ethics panel says former U.S. Rep. David Rivera deserves to be fined nearly $60,000 after they say, he violated the state's ethics law.
Judge Recommends Fines In Fmr. Congressman David Rivera Ethics CaseAn administrative law judge said former state House budget chief David Rivera should pay nearly $58,000 in fines and restitution in a long-running ethics case.
Fmr. Congressman David Rivera Loses Bid To Delay Ethics CaseFormer Miami Congressman David Rivera lost his bid Friday to delay a Florida Commission on Ethics case that found he violated the state’s rules for elected officials.
Officials: Commissioner Used City's VISA For Dog BoardingA city commissioner used a city-issued credit card to pay for dog boarding and numerous other purchases, state ethics officials said Wednesday.
Scott Gets Go-Ahead For Tampa Airport GreetingsAfter prompting a debate about political publicity and gifts, Gov. Rick Scott will be able to provide recorded greetings that travelers will hear when they ride shuttle buses at Tampa International Airport, a state ethics panel decided Friday.