While Washington struggles to cut debt and spending, Florida Gov. Rick Scott managed to trim $2 billion of his state’s debt in back-to-back years for the first time in nearly three decades.
In a Fox News segment with Gerri Willis on The Willis Report, analyst Wayne Rogers spoke highly of the governor’s accomplishment.
“He’s reduced the deficit in Florida by 2 billion dollars, that’s amazing in itself. I don’t think there is another state like that,” said Rogers.
“Why can’t Washington have the same attitude as Rick Scott in Florida?” asked Willis.
See the entire segment here:
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