Well, not the whole state of Florida, of course, but supposedly at least in the Florida correctional system. Almost a year and a half ago, the state's Corrections Secretary was indicted for accepting bribes and he wasn't the only one. But new boss James McDonough (pictured) has put effort into making sure the Department is in proper shape -- both ethically and physically (he's requiring employees pass a fitness test).
According to Tallahassee's CBS 4, since he came onboard, McDonough fired the warden in charge of Florida State Prison, the No. 2 at the prison system's medical center, seven other officials, many people at Hendry Correctional Institution, and 13 prison employees in the Everglades. He also nixed the prison healthcare contract, among other changes.