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Latvala: FDLE should investigate lawmakers living outside district

Sen. Jack Latvala, the Clearwater Republican who chairs the Senate Ethics & Elections Committee, says he wants Gov. Rick Scott to order a criminal investigation of several South Florida lawmakers who may not be living in the districts they represent -- as required by the Florida Constitution.

Latvala told WPLG-TV in Miami that it's a "crying shame" that some lawmakers may not live in the districts they represent, as Channel 10 has reported. At issue are the residencies of Sen. Maria Sachs and Reps. Perry Thurston, Hazelle Rogers, and Jared Moskowitz.

During the 2013 session, Latvala conducted a hearing on questions involving Sachs' residency. WPLG's story is here.

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