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State prison system's new Indiana connection

Gov. Rick Scott's choice to reform Florida's massive prison system, Edwin Buss, came here from Indiana, and he quickly decided the agency needed a lot of new leadership -- all of it from Indiana, it turns out.

In the past few months, Buss has recruited 14 people to work in important positions at the Department of Corrections, including his deputy secretary and chief of staff, Dan Ronay. Read the full story here.

-- Steve Bousquet