The Florida Board of Governors is a 17-member governing board that serves as the governing body for the State University System of Florida, which includes all public universities in the state of Florida.
The primary purpose of the Florida Legislature is to enact new laws and amend or repeal existing laws. A list of Florida Statutes is available online.
The Florida Attorney General is the statewide elected official directed by the Florida Constitution to serve as the chief legal officer for the State of Florida. The Attorney General is responsible for protecting Florida consumers from various types of fraud and enforcing the state's antitrust laws.
The Florida Commission on Ethics is a nine-member Commission that serves as the guardian of the standards of conduct for officers and employees of Florida and its political subdivisions and functions as an independent commission responsible for investigating and issuing public reports on complaints of breach of the public trust by public officers and employees.
The Polk County Clerk of Courts performs a wide range of administrative functions and duties, including official record keeping and information management for the judicial system and Polk County government.