Politics & Government

February 16, 2011 7:01 AM

Fla. Gov. Scott's remarks offend some black lawmakers

Gov. Rick Scott welcomed black legislators to lunch Tuesday at the Governor’s Mansion, but his choice of words left some feeling more alienated than ever. In discussing his own humble origins, Scott implied that all black lawmakers grew up poor.

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