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