You might want to go to an online school, as a part of the traditional university experience is attending lectures. Also, a syllabus with the class rules is available by the first class and also you can contact the instructor before hand - if you don't like the rules, you need to take it with a different instructor. There cannot be one set of rules for you and then one for everyone else.
I went to his website and then to the publishers website and the only way I could access the test bank questions was with an authorized user name and password. So these were not 'freely' available online. Here is the text he is using for the Entrepreneurship class:
Before I form an opinion, what I am wondering if the issue regarding the test bank - was it stolen? Being a professor, I know many text book publishers provide us with a unique website or book with questions that we can use for exams and/or for review.
If the test bank was 'compromised' or stolen then I would have an issue, but if it was available online to anyone, then these 200 students should continue to raise a fuss and go to their state representatives or the governing education body in Florida.
I will also say, it is a shitty position to be in for both sides and hope I never have to deal with anything beyond the usual isolated cheating and plagiarism events.