Florida once had the most robust sunshine law in the country, but politicians have chipped away at it for years. They always have their reasons, but it usually means one thing — they’d prefer to conduct the people’s business in secret.
Otherwise, people ask them all sorts of icky questions they don’t want to answer.
The latest example of that is the apparent impending hire of U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse to be the next President at the University of Florida (UF).
Yes, the appointment is controversial because, among other things, Sasse opposed same-sex marriage. He’s a traditionalist on that front and
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