The independent advocacy organization Florida Strong is going after state lawmakers for receiving campaign money from special interests before the 2016 session.
The group debuted a new web ad, called "Agenda," which it said it plans to run on social media and on state news websites. The ad cites data reported by the Herald/Times last month in an article that found special interests gave Florida legislative campaigns more than $28 million in the six months leading up to the start of session.
Florida Strong said the 60-second spot is the first in a campaign, which will later target individual lawmakers receiving special interest money.
The group declined to say how much it was spending on the ad.