Lawmakers should join with Corcoran on reform: Editorial
Florida House Speaker-in-waiting Richard Corcoran leading a crusade against special interests in Tallahassee sounds as credible as the cast of "Jersey Shore" heading up a campaign to promote high culture.
Yet it would be shortsighted to dismiss all of the proposals he released earlier this month, as he was formally designated to succeed current Speaker Steve Crisafulli after the 2016 election. Setting aside doubts about the messenger and his motives, Corcoran has put forward several ideas for legislative reform worth serious consideration:
-A constitutional amendment forcing... read more
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