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  2. Rick Scott - Wikipedia

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    Rick Scott was born Richard Lynn Myers in Bloomington, Illinois, on December 1, 1952. Scott never met his biological father, Gordon William Myers, who was described by Scott's mother, Esther J. Scott (née Fry; 1928 – 2012), as an abusive alcoholic. Scott's parents divorced in his infancy.

    • 1971–1974
    • Republican
  3. Rick Scott | Congress.gov | Library of Congress

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    24. S.1899 — 117th Congress (2021-2022) Stop Taxpayer Funding of Hamas Act Sponsor: Sen. Scott, Rick [R-FL] (Introduced 05/27/2021) Cosponsors: ( 3) Committees: Senate - Foreign Relations Latest Action: Senate - 05/27/2021 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations.

    • Republican
    • Florida 116th-117th (2019-Present)
  4. Rick Scott | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    • Early Life, Education, and Marriage
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    Born in Bloomington, Illinois, he was raised in North Kansas City, Missouri, the second of five children in a lower middle-class, financially struggling family. His mother, Esther J. (née Fry; October 20, 1928 – November 13, 2012), worked as a clerk at J.C. Penney, among other jobs.His parents divorced and, in 1954, his mother married Orba Scott, Jr. (died 2006), a truck driver. Orba adopted Rick, who took his stepfather's surname. Scott graduated from North Kansas City High School in 1970, and then attended one year of community college and enlisted in the United States Navy, also in 1970. Scott was in the U.S. Navy for 29 months and served on the USS Glover (FF-1098) as a radar technician. Scott made his first foray into business while working his way through college and law school, initially buying and reviving a failing donut shop, the Flavor Maid Do-Nut, and revived it by adding workplace delivery, which his father ran, instead of relying on foot traffic. He later bought and re...

    Hospital Corporation of America

    In April 1987, Scott made his first attempt to buy the Hospital Corporation of America (HCA). While still a partner at Johnson & Swanson, Scott formed the HCA Acquisition Company with two former executives of Republic Health Corporation, Charles Miller and Richard Ragsdale. With financing from Citicorp conditional on acquisition of HCA,the proposed holding company offered $3.85 billion for 80 million shares at $47 each, intending to assume an additional $1.2 billion in debt, for a total $5 bi...

    Columbia/HCA

    On March 19, 1997, investigators from the FBI, the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Health and Human Services served search warrants at Columbia/HCA facilities in El Paso and on dozens of doctors with suspected ties to the company.Eight days after the initial raid, Scott signed his last SEC report as a hospital executive before resigning. He was succeeded by Thomas F. Frist Jr. Four months later the board of directors pressured Scott to resign as Chairman and CEO. He was paid $9...

    After his departure from Columbia/HCA in 1997, he launched Richard L. Scott Investments, based in Naples, Florida (originally in Stamford, Connecticut), which has stakes in health care, manufacturing and technology companies. Between 1998 and 2001, Scott purchased 50% of CyberGuard Corporation for approximately $10 million. Among his investors was Metro Nashville finance director David Manning. In 2006, CyberGuard was sold to Secure Computing for more than $300 million. In February 2005, he purchased Continental Structural Plastics, Inc. (CSP) in Detroit, Michigan. In July 2006, CSP purchased Budd Plastics from ThyssenKrupp, making Continental Structural Plastics the largest industrial composites molder in North America. In 2005-06, Scott provided the initial round of funding of $3 million to Alijor.com (named for the first three letters of his two daughters' names), which offered hospitals, physicians, and other health care providers the opportunity to post information about their...

    Conservatives for Patients' Rights

    In February 2009, Scott founded Conservatives for Patients' Rights (CPR), which he said was intended to put pressure on Democrats to enact health care legislation based on free-market principles.As of March 2009, he had given about $5 million for a planned $20 million ad campaign by CPR.

    Governor of Florida

    Scott became the Governor of Florida on January 4, 2011. One month later, on February 16, 2011, he rejected $2.3 billion in federal funding to develop high-speed rail between Tampa and Orlando. Scott cited California's experience with high-speed rail, namely much lower than expected ridership and cost overruns that doubled the final price.In response, a veto-proof majority in the Florida Senate approved a letter rebuking Scott and asking the Department of Transportation to continue funding. O...

    Time Magazine, America's 25 Most Influential People, June 1996
    Financial Worldmagazine, silver award for the CEO of the Year, 1995
    Columbia University School of Nursing, Second Century Award for Excellence in Health Care (1995)
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    • December 1, 1952 (Age: 68)
    • Republican
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  6. Sen. Rick Scott Again Calls for 2022 Olympics to Be Moved Out ...

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    1 day ago · Sen. Rick Scott Again Calls for 2022 Olympics to Be Moved Out of China Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., speaks to reporters after a Republican Senate luncheon at the U.S. Capitol Building on June 15, 2021, in Washington, D.C. (Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images) By Jeffrey Rodack | Tuesday, 03 August 2021 02:29 PM

  7. PolitiFact | Rick Scott’s false claim that Biden, Democrats ...

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    Jul 30, 2021 · Florida Republican Sen. Rick Scott has been hammering President Joe Biden and the Democrats on inflation.Even as a COVID-19 outbreak ravages his state, Scott said he thinks inflation is the biggest issue Floridians are dealing with.

  8. Apr 01, 2019 · In this spirit comes the announcement that Florida Senator Rick Scott intends to deliver on President Trump's promise that the GOP “will soon be known as the party of health care.” On Thursday, Trump told reporters that Scott, and fellow Republican Senators John Barrasso of Wyoming and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, will lead the party’s push ...

  9. PolitiFact | Rick Scott 'oversaw the largest Medicare fraud ...

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    Mar 03, 2014 · Rick Scott 'oversaw the largest Medicare fraud' in U.S. history, Florida Democratic Party says First, Gov. Rick Scott scared the bejesus out of seniors with an online ad claiming that Medicare rate...

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