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Capital Report: 03-05-2015

14 hours ago

Three days after the start of the session, the House signed off on a massive plan to rewrite state water policy, setting the stage for weeks of negotiations with the Senate. As Jim Ash reports, the legislation focuses on cleaning up Florida springs.

With the legislative session under way, the Republican majority’s plans are beginning to take shape—even if there is some squabbling behind the scenes.  Nick Evans reports minority leadership got in on the action Thursday stressing the need for better water and anti-discrimination legislation.

Perspectives: Teen Drama

18 hours ago

The Capital City area has an amazing variety of venues for area young people to express their theatrical creativity.  We speak with Lincoln High School Choral Director Scott Leaman and Young Actors’ Theatre Artistic Director Robert Stuart.

Capital Report: 03-04-2015

Mar 4, 2015

With a potential billion-dollar budget hole looming, the Florida Senate is starting to consider whether and how to accept federal funds to expand Medicaid. Lynn Hatter reports there are at least two proposed bills floating around the chamber, and lawmakers are also raising the possibility of resurrecting the original plan, dubbed “Negron-Care”.

Capital Report: 03-03-2015

Mar 3, 2015

Tom Flanigan gives an overview of Governor Rick Scott’s Fifth State of the State address and the two responses from the Legislature’s Democratic leaders.

The Florida Senate is preparing to start debate over expanding Medicaid in Florida. Lynn Hatter reports the issue has been a major contention point between the House and Senate for the past three years.

Capital Report: 02-27-2015

Mar 2, 2015

Prison reform is slated to be a big issue this upcoming legislative session, and a re-do of prison health care contracts will be part of the reform efforts. Sascha Cordner reports the new Florida Department of Corrections Secretary says she’s making progress on the issue—something lawmakers are keeping an eye on.

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