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Capital Report: 05-29-2015

15 hours ago

Florida lawmakers return to Tallahassee next week, a month after a fight over healthcare funding caused an abrupt end to the regular legislative session. Their mission: get a state budget in place before the start of the July 1 fiscal year. But as Lynn Hatter reports the fight over Medicaid is still smoldering and lawmakers could be adding more fuel to the fire with other health-related proposals slated for the agenda.

Perspectives: U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham

May 28, 2015

North Florida’s congressional representative talks about her efforts to bring “The North Florida Way” to Washington, with particular emphasis on working out a solution to the decades-old Apalachicola water war and the reason behind some votes that dismayed more than a few of her Democratic supporters.  Her dad, former Florida Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Graham also calls in during the conversation.

411 Teen: Filmmaking

May 27, 2015

Filmmakers based in Tallahassee had their film selected from over 1000 submissions from all over the world at Seattle's National Film Festival for Talented Youth.

Host: Dr. Liz Holifield

Original airdate: May 24, 2015

Perspectives: Startup Quest

May 26, 2015

A new initiative called “Startup Quest” is helping Florida entrepreneurs get their business dreams off the ground.  We talk it over with Statewide Program Overseer Bryan Eastman, Kara Palmer Smith with CareerSource Capital Region, Startup Quest Mentor Dr. Mark Davidson, and Christine Urban from Tallahassee’s DOMI Station.

Capital Report: 05-22-2015

May 26, 2015

Florida is losing more than half of a critical hospital funding program but lawmakers are grateful to at least have a number they can start building a budget around. Still as Lynn Hatter reports, the legislature continues to grapple with how to deal with a substantial budget hole, and will have to address healthcare funding for uninsured Floridians soon.

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