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Capital Report: 07-17-2015

Jul 17, 2015

The U.S. Supreme Court may have upheld the Affordable Care Act for the second time, but the ruling hasn’t made President Obama’s signature healthcare law any less controversial. Lynn Hatter reports now in its third year, the law continues to change the American healthcare system—but there are growing concerns about the costs involved.

Perspectives: Future of US Healthcare

Jul 16, 2015

How might American healthcare and healthcare coverage evolve now that the US Supreme Court has affirmed Obamacare for the 2nd time?  Discussing the future possibilities are: John Howard with Tallahassee’s Rogers, Vaughn & Gunter Insurance; Jason Altire, senior vice-president with Florida Blue and a member of Congress during the debate on the Affordable Care Act; and Rose Naff, CEO of Florida Health Choices.

Capital Report: 07-10-2015

Jul 10, 2015

A special legislative session will be in the works again after Thursday’s congressional map redistricting decision by the Florida Supreme Court. As Caitie Switalski reports, the resulting outcomes of changing the gerrymandered maps for the second time – could affect Florida’s current congressional districts in a big way.

While South Carolina lowers the flag that’s flown on its Capital grounds for decades, Regan McCarthy reports communities across Florida are having their own conversations about what to do with their flags.

411 Teen: A Different Kind Of Same

Jul 10, 2015

Two weeks before his college graduation, Kelley Clink's younger brother hanged himself. In her memoir, "A Different Kind Of Same," Kelley traces a journey through guilt, grief and pain, and the role her own depression played. Ultimately, her path leads toward acceptance, forgiveness, resilience and love.

Host: Dr. Liz Holifield

Original airdate: July 12, 2015

Perspectives: ADA Anniversary

Jul 9, 2015
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It’s the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.  To talk about the way that law has transformed access and attitudes is: J.R. Harding with the Florida Agency for Persons with Disabilities; Adam Gaffney with the Florida Division of Blind Services; Paul Martell with the Florida Division of Vocational Rehabilitation; and Ability First Executive Director Dan Moore.

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