Creating more distance between himself and Charlie Crist, Gov. Rick Scott called Thursday for an election-year roll-back of $401 million in motorist fees enacted when Crist led the state.
In announcing the fee-cut plan in Tampa, Scott cited the state’s improving economy after a devastating four years when the global recession overlapped with Crist’s term in the governor’s office. Crist served as a Republican then and is now running for the office as a Democrat.
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