Takeaways from Tallahassee — Some Assembly Required

When we wrote about Foley & Lardner’s Tallahassee lobbying practice in the last issue of INFLUENCE magazine, we called it “a sort of think tank with political muscle.”
The law firm is about to get even stronger with the imminent addition of Jason Allison, head of the state’s Agency for State Technology, whose departure from state government was leaked this week.
Last month, the firm stole another Rick Scott appointee: Jon Steverson, the secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection. And his predecessor at the department, Herschel Vinyard, also works at Foley.
Before that, then-Department of Economic Opportunity honcho Jesse Panuccio left

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