Grand jury indicts Broward Health’s top leadership for Sunshine law violations

By Dan Christensen, – A Broward grand jury has indicted Broward Health’s top leadership for Sunshine Law violations.

P.M. UPDATE: Broward Health’s top leadership, including its CEO and board chairman, are named in a four count indictment alleging violations of Florida’s Government-in-the-Sunshine law.”

“Florida Bulldog has obtained a copy of the four-page indictment Tuesday that accuses five defendants – Broward Health CEO Beverly Capasso, Commission Chairman Rocky Rodriguez, Commissioner Christopher Ure, former Commissioner Linda Robison and general counsel Lynn Barrett – of conspiring to violate Florida’s public meetings law, also known as the Government-in-the-Sunshine law.”

“Capasso, Rodriguez, Ure and Robison were also charged with two counts of violating the public meetings law. Barrett also was charged alone in one count that accuses her of solicitation to violate the Sunshine Law.”

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About Dan Lewis

Dan Lewis is a Systems Architect, Crisis Management; Political Micro-Targeting Analytics & Message Development Consulting; JNAC Communications & Management Services, LLC. CEO/Founder; Past Service: • Miramar City Commissioner, • Broward County Growth Management advisory committee, Chair, • Broward County Management & Efficiency Study Committee, Chair, • Broward County Charter Review Committee, Chair; Broward County Growth Management Advisory Committee, Chair, • Member of 7 school Sit Teams, president of 5; • BCSB Consultant’s Review Committee, • BCSB Audit Committee, • BCSB Diversity Committee • Broward County Health Facilities Authority
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