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Capital Report: 02-09-2016

23 hours ago

Florida is pushing ahead with new restrictions for the state’s abortion providers while earlier restrictions are locked up in court.  Nick Evans reports a twenty-four hour waiting period approved last year came before the First District Court of Appeals Tuesday.

The so called Pastor Protection Act is moving forward in the Florida Senate while it awaits a hearing on the House floor. And while some are pushing against the legislation saying it unfairly targets the state’s same sex community, Regan McCarthy reports others are pushing to expand it.

Capital Report: 02-08-2016

Feb 8, 2016

Same sex couples can marry, but in Florida members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community lack a number of basic protections against discrimination.  Nick Evans reports a measure that would change that is in trouble. 

411 Teen: Rap With A Pro: Pharmacy

Feb 8, 2016

Students enrolled in the Millicent Holifield Academy Of Health Sciences at Rickards High School participate in 411 Teen's Rap With A Pro series, and explore Pharmacy with Rita Marchessault, from Walgreen's Pharmacy. The panel discusses the demands and joys of being a pharmacist.

Host: Dr. Liz Holifield

Original airdate: February 7, 2016 

Capital Report: 02-05-2016

Feb 5, 2016

The state Legislature is on the verge of extending healthcare to thousands of Florida children.  Nick Evans reports revisions to the KidCare program will cover children of legal immigrants.

A bill allowing all sexual abuse victims to avoid going physically to court to give their testimony during a trial has passed its first Senate panel. But, as Sascha Cordner reports, not without some concerns

Capital Report: 02-04-2016

Feb 4, 2016

A bill to protect Florida clergy from conducting marriage ceremonies that violate their beliefs is moving forward. Regan McCarthy reports, the next stop for the House measure is the chamber’s floor.

Alimony reform is back before Florida lawmakers. But the bill’s sponsor says this year’s version of the bill is different. Lynn Hatter reports Republican Representative Colleen Burton is backing one of the legislature’s most emotionally-charged issues.