By Dan Christensen
The Florida Department of Corrections awarded a five-year, $1.2 billion contract to provide medical care for thousands of state prisoners in north and central Florida to Corizon, a Tennessee company that was sued 660 times for malpractice in the last five years.
By William Gjebre
A group of Broward cities have reached an agreement with the county Inspector Genera’s Office to turn over financial documents from their redevelopment agencies, temporarily heading off a possible court battle over the county’s claim that it has jurisdiction to investigate those agencies.
By Wiliam Hladky
Heavily Democratic Broward County is expected to join Pinellas County in resisting Republican Governor Rick Scott’s decision to bar Obamacare enrollment advisors from state health department facilities.
By William Hladky
The Broward County Commission has taken its first step to snatch back power to influence the awarding of contracts, and more change is in the air.
By William Gjebre and Dan Christensen
The Broward Inspector General’s Office has opened a broad inquiry into the potential misuse of public funds across the county with written requests to at least nine cities with a Community Redevelopment Agency to hand over a variety of financial