Florida Senate discusses database in secret session

From FlaBlog:

In just one more demonstration of the erosion of open government since 9/11, a committee of the Florida Senate met in secret session for the first time in four decades….

FDLE Commissioner Tim Moore, who last year unsuccessfully sought unprecedented secret search and arrest powers, wanted the closed meeting to ask for $1.6 million for some sort of counterintelligence antiterrorism database. (‘I have seen ‘it’ and I concur ‘it’ needs to be protected,’ King said cryptically.)


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