Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi will head to New York on Friday to meet with President-elect Donald Trump, fueling more speculation about whether she will land a gig with the new administration.
Bondi, 51, is an adviser on Trump’s transition team as he fills out his administration ahead of taking office in January. But she has also been rumored as a possible pick for director of National Drug Control Policy, a post known as “drug czar,” because of her record of targeting “pill mills” and synthetic drugs.
For Immediate Release Contact: Bob Sparks or Rich Ramos August 2, 2013 (850) 412-1060 MATT CARTER JOINS RAMOS & SPARKS GROUP (Tallahassee, FL) – Matt Carter, former Public Service Commission Chairman and current member of the governing board of the state university system, has joined the Tallahassee firm of Ramos & Sparks Group. Carter will […]