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Digital Domain $20 million state incentive didn’t violate law, but could happen again, inspector general finds

By Jeff Ostrowski - Palm Beach Post Staff Writer



Digital Domain Media Group, the largest failure in the history of Florida job incentives, didn’t break the law as it pried $20 million from state coffers, Gov. Rick Scott’s inspector general said in a report released Wednesday.

“We found no apparent violations of law, rule or regulation,” wrote Melinda Miguel, Scott’s chief inspector general.

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