A Florida attorney who was appointed by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) to serve on the Disney governing has resign after only three months on the job, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
Michael Sasso was one of five people handpicked by DeSantis to serve on the Central Florida Tourism Oversight District board after the governor signed legislation giving the state control of Disney World’s Reedy Creek Improvement District after the company criticized his controversial ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law.
Walt Disney Co. has sued DeSantis and other state officials over the move, alleging that they have engaged in a political effort to hurt their business.
Sasso did not give a reason why he decided to quit just months into the role.