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Capital Report: 05-13-2016

13 hours ago

Florida’s highest court is weighing a decision that will likely impact all 390 and women on the state’s Death Row.  Nick Evans reports two men in very different places are hoping to see the same thing happen.

Florida’s prison chief Julie Jones is finding herself under an ever-growing level of scrutiny after reaching a shaky truce with a non-profit prison rehabilitation group.  The dustup over closing a Bridge of America facility in Broward County underscores the need to help thousands of inmates transition to society as we hear from Jim Ash.

Perspectives: Full Summer

May 12, 2016

Come June 4, hundreds of Tallahassee area volunteers will be packing thousands of summertime meals for kids who are on summer break and are not receiving their schools’ breakfast and lunch service.  It’s the fourth year for the Full Summer initiative.  The guests are: Jim Croteau Interim CEO America’s Second Harvest of the Big Bend; Becky Liner, Executive Vice President The James Madison Institute and member, First Baptist Church; Laurye Messer, Adjunct History Instructor, TCC and member, St.

Sydney Kleckner is a junior at Florida State University majoring in Creative Writing. After graduating, she’s caring for elephants in Thailand before getting her Master’s in Social Work. This summer, she’s doing a semester abroad in Paris and now dreams about French cheese at night.

Perspectives: Aging Issues

May 5, 2016

When it comes to getting older, “everybody’s doing it”.  The steady aging of the nation, the state and even younger-than-average Tallahassee means significant changes in everything from the way we design and build our homes to public transportation and healthcare policy.  On hand to discuss all these matters are: Dr. Alice Pomidor and Suzanne Baker from the FSU College of Medicine and Dr. Walter “Wally” Boot with the school’s College of Arts and Sciences.

Capital Report: 04-29-2016

May 2, 2016

In a hastily arranged meeting Friday morning, Florida’s Cabinet members interviewed three more insurance commissioner candidates, promoting deputy commissioner David Altmaier [ALT my urr].  In the two previous hearings, Nick Evans reports, the governor and CFO have clashed over nominees.

Governor Rick Scott is continuing his tradition of trying to lure business from Democratically led states. Scott is targeting California, but Regan McCarthy reports it doesn’t look like he’s getting a warm welcome.

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