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411 Teen: Common Sense (5)


Last of a five part series. Students from the IB program at Rickards High School examine and discuss the results of the presidential campaign. Host: Dr. Liz Holifield Original airdate: December 11, 2016

What will big changes in the Florida Legislature and the White House mean for the Sunshine State’s business climate in the coming year and beyond? Members of NEBA (Network for Entrepreneurship and Business Advocates) get the insiders’ view from the leaders of the Federation for Independent Business, Florida Taxwatch and Association Industries of Florida during the organization’s November 29 luncheon meeting in Tallahassee.

Capital Report: 12-09-2016

23 hours ago

Florida’s House members spent a few days in the capitol going over the rudiments of passing bills. Nick Evans reports the so-called Legislator University is aimed at building unity ahead of a likely contentious legislative session. In recent months, the Florida Supreme Court has delivered body blows to the conservative agenda, striking down key death penalty provisions and business-friendly workers’ compensation reforms. Now, House Speaker Richard Corcoran is more determined than ever to cut...

It’s a roundtable featuring the last four presidents of TCC: Dr. Jim Hinson (1983-95); Dr. T.K. Wetherell (1995-2002); Dr. Bill Law (2002-2010); and Dr. Jim Murdaugh (2010-present). They talk about the school’s illustrious history, its remarkable successes and hopes for the future.

411 Teen: Students For A Democratic Society

Dec 5, 2016

Students For A Democratic Society, FSU Chapter members, join 411 Teen to discuss the social injustices and inequalities of today's society; current events and political climate. Host: Dr. Liz Holifield Original airdate: December 4, 2016

Capital Report: 12-02-2016

Dec 2, 2016

The recent Presidential Election and its heated rhetoric raise concerns about First Amendment protections. Protestors from both sides are accusing the other of trying to silence them. Twitter purged hundreds of users associated with white supremacy. Some are concerned that these actions are compromising the rights and protections associated with the First Amendment. This raises the question, what does the First Amendment actually say? Catherine Buckler reports. Critics warned Governor Jeb...

Perspectives: Small Business Help

Dec 1, 2016

Tallahassee’s two universities offer a wide range of free services for both business start-ups and existing enterprises. To talk about those resources, Keith Bowers, regional director of the Small Business Development Center at Florida A&M University and Mike Campbell, director of the North Florida Operations at the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship at Florida State University.

411 Teen: Common Sense (4)

Nov 28, 2016

Students from Rickards High School IB program examine and discuss the presidential election results. Host: Dr. Liz Holifield Original airdate: November 27, 2016

Capital Report: 11-25-2016

Nov 25, 2016

A strong majority of Florida’s voters came together behind a constitutional amendment allowing medical marijuana. Now Nick Evans reports Florida’s lawmakers have to come together to roll out the changes. While the fortunes of his Democratic Party couldn’t be much worse, the timing for former U.S. Senator Bob Graham’s new book, “America: The Owner’s Manual,” couldn’t be better. The iconic Florida Democrat and his co-author Chris Hand spoke with Florida Public Radio’s Jim Ash about their...

Capital Report: 11-21-2016

Nov 21, 2016

House Speaker-designate Richard Corcoran, a Land-O’-Lakes Republican is an unstoppable force about to meet an immovable object. Corcoran is vowing to rein in lobbyists and change the budget writing process. And, as Jim Ash reports, sparks are flying a week before his official swearing in. State regulators are assuring Floridians their drinking water is safe in the wake of a sinkhole at a Polk county fertilizer plant. But Nick Evans reports the agency’s response is raising other concerns. The...