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411 Teen: Common Cause (1)


In part one of a series that will continue through the election, sixteen-year-olds from the IB program at Rickards High School take on politics, expressing their thoughts, analysis, and evaluation of the upcoming Presidential election.

Host: Dr. Liz Holifield

Original airdate: September 4, 2016

Two of the three Republican candidates: Ken Sukhia and Neal Dunn; along with both Democratic contenders: Steve Crapps and Walter Dartland; talk about their political philosophies and qualifications to represent North Florida’s Second Congressional District.

411 Teen: Religion

Aug 29, 2016

Students from Florida State University High School explore the role of religion in the US today. Topics touched on include politics, atheists and agnostics.

Host: Dr. Liz Holifield

Original airdate: August 28, 2016 

Capital Report: 08-26-2016

Aug 26, 2016

A grass-roots only political strategy appears to be working as supporters await the fate of Amendment Four, the Florida Legislature’s tax-cutting plan for promoting solar energy.  Jim Ash has the story.

When Florida voters head to the polls on Tuesday and again in November, many will be voting in a new congressional district.  Nick Evans and Kate Payne teamed up to look at what redistricting means for one Tallahassee neighborhood.  

Perspectives: Business Succession Plan

Aug 25, 2016

You’ve got that lifetime-dream business off the ground, but how do you make sure it will continue to exist and prosper after you’re not around anymore?  To talk about the many advantages and pitfalls of putting together a succession plan are: Chip Cicchetti, vice president/commercial banker with Hancock Bank; Stuart Goldberg, Law Offices of Stuart E. Goldberg, PL; and Michael Kalifeh, CPA/CFST, Thomas Howell Ferguson.