The Senate continued a discussion of immigration reform Monday, as part of a three-part series of meetings that began on January 10 and will conclude on February 7.
On June 10, 2010, the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) Nominating Council sent Gov. Crist a list of eight nominees for two vacancies on the PSC.
On June 9, 2010, members of the Florida Oil Spill Recovery Task Force recommended that Florida demand that BP PLC, owner of the Deepwater Horizon well, immediately provide the state with at least $500 million to cover economic damage.
On June 1, 2010, the Florida PSC Nominating Council voted to interview 28 applicants for two current PSC vacancies, out of a total of 60 applicants.
The fate of Gov. Crist's appointees to the PSC was in doubt after a Senate Ethics and Elections Committee hearing adjourned without taking a vote on the appointments of David Klement and Benjamin “Steve” Stevens.
Responding to an internal Republican Party of Florida audit, Attorney General Bill McCollum announced on March 31, 2010, that former party Chair Jim Greer was the subject of an ongoing criminal investigation.
A month after the House Select Committee on Seminole Indian Compact Review rejected the proposed gaming compact negotiated between Gov. Crist and the Seminole Tribe of Florida, legislative leaders confirmed that they have resumed informal discussions with the tribe about a revised gaming compact.