State Politics

March 10, 2015 4:56 PM

Florida Gov. Rick Scott, Black Caucus meet with little common ground

In their first formal meeting in two years on Tuesday, Gov. Rick Scott and the Legislative Black Caucus discussed unemployment, health care and police violence in black communities across the state — even if they didn’t reach common ground.

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