Docs suggest Fla. went outside its own guidelines to transport migrants to Martha's Vineyard

Nearly a month after we submitted public records requests for any and all documented material pertaining to Florida’s controversial migrant flights to Martha’s Vineyard last month, the Governor’s public records office and Florida’s Department of Transportation (FDOT) made dozens of records public. The records, which still don’t include detailed contracts, spell out guidelines for the Governor’s controversial migrant relocation program and include quotes from three companies who, over the summer, made a play for the gig. According to the state’s requests for quotes, the state sought services from a “transportation management company to implement and manage a program to relocate out of the state of Florida foreign nationals who are not lawfully present in the United States.”