From busting crime to exposing secrecy: Pam Marsh takes the lead in Florida open-government advocacy



The Florida First Amendment Foundation (“FAF”) will be starting the new year with a new face and fresh ideas.

As of Dec. 1, former U.S. attorney Pamela Marsh took over Barbara Petersen’s former position as president of the FAF. Peterson, who occupied the role for the last 25 years, announced her retirement earlier this year.

Read the full article from The Brechner Center: From busting crime to exposing secrecy: Pam Marsh takes the lead in Florida open-government advocacy