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Links from the Times for Jan. 19: Ray Sansom lies low



Speaker Ray Sansom lies low in the House

Monday: For two months, Ray Sansom has been the silent speaker. He attends few events, holds no news conferences, gives few interviews and advances no vision of Florida's future.

Previous coverage:
Jan. 18 State attorney general looking into Sansom's secretive trustee meeting
Jan. 11: The Buzz: Sansom says he saw no legal or ethical problem
Jan. 16: 'Minutes from a Marching meeting with Sansom, Nortwest Florida College appear
Jan. 10: Scarborough's criticism of Sansom is personal, notable"
Jan. 8: Grand Jury may investigate House Speaker Sansom"
Jan 6: House Speaker Ray Sansom reluctantly resigned a six-figure job at his hometown college Monday, succumbing to intense public criticism and questions about tens of millions in tax dollars he steered to the school.
Jan. 6 editorial: Sansom resigns; questions remain
Dec. 18: House speaker builds record of finding cash for college
Dec. 21: Documents link House speaker, friend and college facility
Dec. 22: House speaker's college job not unique
Dec. 28: When new employer asked, lawmaker delivered
Dec. 30: Sansom hires attorney Richard Coates to handle ethics complaint


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