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6:49 pm
Mon February 20, 2012

Capital Report: 02-20-2012

Today’s (Monday’s) meeting of the Florida Senate Judiciary Committee began peacefully enough.  But Tom Flanigan reports things quickly turned tense when members began debating a bill that would change the state’s laws governing foreclosure….

A bill to shield public schools from lawsuits when groups use their facilities after hours is making its way through the legislature. Lynn Hatter reports the proposal has had an easy ride through most of its committee stops, and faces little resistance. 

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3:13 pm
Mon February 20, 2012

It's About Florida: Former Attorney General Bill McCollum

As the supreme court prepares to hear oral arguments about the Federal Affordable Care Act, Former Attorney General Bill McCollum explains the basis behind the claim that the law is unconstitutional.

WFSU Program Feed
2:00 pm
Sun February 19, 2012

411 Teen: Education Trends

Join host Dr. Liz Holifield for "411 Teen", a locally produced program created with teen input for a teenage audience. Guests provide insights into topics that concern adolescents specifically.

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6:36 pm
Fri February 17, 2012

Capital Report: 02-17-2012

Almost a decade after it was created the board that oversees the state university system is still working to get its footing. Over the past few months, conflicts and scandals at some of the schools have made state and national headlines. And as Lynn Hatter reports, the board’s chairman says his group should have more authority when it comes to the affairs of Florida’s universities.

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WFSU Program Feed
6:35 pm
Thu February 16, 2012

Capital Report: 02-16-2012

Governor Rick Scott signed a bill Thursday to give a boost to Florida’s commercial space industry.  James Call reports, the measure will free up federal and state dollars to help build the facilities needed to launch equipment and people into space. 

It seems nearly everyone at the Florida Capitol now agrees that personal injury protection or “PIP” insurance fraud is a big problem.  Tom Flanigan reports the only thing those people disagree about is how to fix the problem…

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