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Links from the Times for Jan. 25: Inquiries heat up for Ray Sansom



The Piano Man
Listen to William "Bill" Lotz play Clair de Lune on piano.

Inquiries heat up for Sansom
For House Speaker Ray Sansom, plagued by two ethics complaints and a possible state attorney investigation into allegations he misused his public office, this may be a week of reckoning. | Previous coverage: Sansom lies low | Troxler: It's three! Three scandals in one!

How to scramble state's nest egg
The State Board of Administration is supposed to play it safe. It protects $97.3-billion in pension money for nearly 1-million current and retired teachers, public employees and their families. But in audit after audit over the past eight years, the supposedly low-risk agency was warned again and again about making risky, complex investments, without proper controls. | 39 reviews: SBA was warned again and again | Previous coverage: Florida pension fund

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