Gov. Rick Scott Won’t Release 2014 Tax Return Or Info About His Blind Trust

Gov. Rick Scott, right, and blind trust executive Alan Bazaar

By Dan Christensen,, Special to, Nov. 4, 2015 – When Gov. Rick Scott qualified to run for re-election last year, he made public his federal income tax returns for 2010-2012 “in the interest of full and complete public transparency,” according to his lawyer.

Four months later, with Election Day approaching and media inquiries rising, Scott also disclosed his 2013 tax return.

But today, amid news of Scott’s investment in a company that’s seeking to build a controversial, $3-billion natural gas pipeline in north and central Florida, the governor won’t make public his federal income tax for 2014.

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