Tuesday, May 29, 2012
"Repairing a golf course in Orlando wasn't exactly what the U.S. Department of Education had in mind in 2010-11 when it sent $867,000 in federal stimulus money to Florida for a program run by Florida A&M University for "targeted student assistance." But that's what federal and Florida taxpayers got in a scheme devised by two term-limited state senators to benefit nonprofits they have ties with."
See Earmarked funds amount to abuse of public trust - Tampa Bay Times
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