Note: This blog's templates will be updated this afternoon to a responsive design bringing it in line with

At that time, we will also change to the Facebook commenting system. You will need to log in with a Facebook account in order to comment.

« Greene paid $115,000 to settle libel suit | Main | Jeb stumping for Spanish »

Lawsuit: Rick Scott might be "public hazard"

A Tallahassee trial lawyer has filed a lawsuit to obtain a Rick Scott video deposition in a case against a chain of clinics founded by the Republican frontrunner for Florida governor.

Scott’s campaign called attorney Steven R. Andrews’ lawsuit “bogus,” “sleazy” and linked to rival Republican, Attorney General Bill McCollum.

In the suit filed late Monday, Andrews suggested that Scott and the clinic, Solantic, could be considered “a public hazard” after the clinic was accused in a recent lawsuit of using a doctor’s license unlawfully when the clinic submitted paperwork to the state.

Full story is here