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Capital Report: 06-26-2015

Jun 26, 2015

The fight over the future of Healthcare in Florida is not over, despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling reaffirming the Affordable Care Act. The Court has upheld subsidies for nearly 9-million Americans who purchased health insurance on the federal government’s insurance exchange. And as Lynn Hatter reports, some hope the court’s latest ruling could push states like Florida, to fully implement the law.

Perspectives: God Squad

Jun 25, 2015

Members of the “God Squad”, five Tallahassee clergy folk from various faith traditions who meet regularly for the Village Square’s “Faith, Food, Friday” events, talk about the recent shooting tragedy in Charleston and how religion can be a unifying as well as a divisive factor in the lives of believers and non-believers alike.  The panelists: Temple Israel’s Rabbi Jack Romberg; Pastor Derrick McGhee of Bible Based Church; Rev. Betsy Ouelette-Zierden of Good Samaritan United Methodist Church; Dr. Bill Shiell of First Baptist Church; and Fr.

411 Teen: The Florida Coalition For Children

Jun 22, 2015

The Florida Coalition For Children (FCC) advocates on behalf of Florida's abused, abandoned, neglected and at-risk children. FCC supports the agencies and individuals who work with this population, and provides services and programs to them. 411 Teen talks with Kurt Kelly, CEO and President and Allison North Jones, Communications Director of the FCC.

Host: Dr. Liz Holifield

Original airdate: June 21, 2015

Capital Report: 06-19-2015

Jun 19, 2015

Florida lawmakers are boosting education spending—though not by as much as they’d hoped. And they’re putting more into healthcare—a move they hadn’t planned for. Education and Healthcare spending compose the largest parts of the state budget—and as Lynn Hatter reports, trying to balance the two issues has been a struggle.

Perspectives: A Salute To Dads

Jun 19, 2015

“Any guy can be a father; it takes a real man to be a dad”.  That’s the message from Jack Levine, advocate and founder of the 4Generations Institute as he talks about the crucial role of men in the lives of their kids and society at large.