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Thu May 1, 2014

Capital Report: 05-01-2014

The sponsor of a measure aimed at overhauling the state’s pension system says that effort’s dead, but bill supporters and opponents alike say they won’t declare the win or loss until the 2014 Legislative Session comes to an end. Sascha Cordner reports

A non-citizen Florida State University law school graduate is just steps away from earning the right to practice law in the state. Regan McCarthy has more….

With mere hours left to go before Florida lawmakers finish this year’s legislative session, a variety of health-related bills were grinding to a halt today (Thursday).  Lynn Hatter reports on the growing gulf between the House and Senate when it comes to how to manage trauma centers, telemedicine, pharmacists and nurses.

Mary Shedden, Health News Florida reporter with member station WUSF in Tampa sat down with a man who knows more than a little about what all this means; Humana C-E-O Bruce Broussard during his visit to Humana’s St. Petersburg office.

David Beckham’s bid to extend a Florida sales tax rebate program to his proposed Major League Soccer facility may be in jeopardy.  As Nick Evans reports, the Senate chose at the last minute to temporarily postpone a vote on the bill.

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