For the second time in less than a year, Integrity Florida is taking on Enterprise Florida.
This time over what it calls corporate welfare and a pay-to-play culture.
The report calls out the state's economic development agency for giving tax incentives to companies that promised to create 200,000 jobs but only created about half that amount.
"We are allowed to have other discussions and debate about how we grow our state’s economy and when you look at incentives as one tool, the idea of rebates to some companies and not their competitors, it’s worth asking, ‘is that the best way to do it? Can we do better? Can we do more broad based lift all boats things?” said Dan Krassner.
Americans for Prosperity sponsored the report. The national group is funded by the conservative Koch Brothers.
Krassner says Integrity Florida is a nonpartisan group that takes donations based on the mission not politics.
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