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Former Lt. Gov. Carroll files amended financial form

Former Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll has filed an amended financial disclosure form for 2010 specifying that her P.R. business was paid $16,047 that year, some of it by Allied Veterans of the World, the controversial veterans' group that led to her resignation  last month.

Carroll initially listed "N/A" as her 2010 income to her public relations firm, 3N. & J.C. Consulting of Green Cove Springs. The revised Form 6 Statement of Financial Interests was released Monday by the Commission on Ethics. Carroll's decision to submit new paperwork was first reported by the
Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville.

"She determined that her 2010 filing contained an error," said Carroll's spokesman, Rick
Oppenheim, who said the $16,047 reflected the total income that year from Carroll's public relations consulting and "also includes other business activities that incurred losses."

-- Steve Bousquet


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What about Rick Scott's lifetime financials?


Um, Scott needs not to worry about his financials, he uses family for that.


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