Sunday, April 21, 2019
U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., called on the administration to enact Title III earlier this week and his office weighed in on what such an action would do.
“Fraud and identity theft rates in Florida are outrageous and totally unacceptable,” Patronis said. “That's why I'm bringing everyone to the table to combat this out-of-control epidemic that targets seniors, businesses, and every Florida family."
The political operative is accused of taking two blank checks meant to pay for mailers and making them out to his wife, then cashing them.
“This action would allow American citizens to sue companies and their subsidiaries for trafficking in stolen properties, and deny entry to the United States to foreign nationals involved in the trafficking of stolen properties in Cuba,” Scott’s office noted.
Scott wrote FBI Director Christopher Wray requesting updates on steps the agency has taken to address critical deficiencies in its handling of actionable intelligence on the perpetrators of acts of mass violence in Florida, including the tragic shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and Pulse Nightclub.
“Wildlife trafficking is a grave and persistent threat to endangered animals across the world,” Buchanan said on Tuesday. “The RAWR Act would provide another tool to crack down on the billions of dollars generated by this illegal industry."
The report “examines an often neglected, but potentially important, barrier to transitioning formerly incarcerated people into mainstream society and the economy: occupational licensing."
Earlier this month, Patronis unveiled “Fraud Free Florida” which is “aimed at better coordinating collective investigative efforts to protect Florida’s large population, especially seniors, from scam artists.”
The union that represents police officers in Melbourne wants Chief David Gillespie fired over allegations he retaliated against a former officer and claims that he tried to put a permanent mark on her record when she left the department.
A student at the University of Central Florida (UCF) worked for the charity as an intern under Constantine and filed a complaint with UCF about his behavior. According to that complaint, the student felt uncomfortable, claiming Constantine put his hands on her on three separate occasions.