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8:52 am
Wed November 12, 2014

Capital Report: 11-07-2014

As you've probably heard, Florida Governor Rick Scott has been re-elected...So what can we expect him to do over the next four years?

We get predictions about Scott’s next term as governor from reporter “William March” of the Tampa Tribune and University of South Florida political science professor Dr. Susan MacManus.  They spoke with Carson Cooper from member station WUSF in Tampa.

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3:23 pm
Fri November 7, 2014

Nicholas Kristof on The Commonwealth Club of California, Thursday at 1pm

NICHOLAS KRISTOF is a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The New York Times, awarded first in 1990 for his coverage of China’s Tiananmen Square democracy movement and later in 2006 for his reporting on genocide in Darfur. His columns unpack the hidden and often shocking side of global issues, from poverty to human trafficking. Nick’s latest book, A Path Appears, champions stories of individuals, organizations, and research breakthroughs that took small steps to make not-so-small differences in the world.

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12:49 pm
Thu November 6, 2014

Perspectives: Animal Welfare

Perspectives: Animal Welfare

Some of the Capital Region’s top animal welfare people talk about what they do to promote pet fostering, spaying and neutering and other programs to help pets and the people who love them.  Our guests: Sabrina Rodriguez de Conte, the new executive director of the Humane Society of Leon County; the Society’s Dog Foster Program Coordinator Amy Raddar; Cat Program Coordinator Lisa Glunt; Perri Dale, assistant director the Tallahassee/Leon County Animal Service Center; and Be the Solution Founder and Director Gerry Phipps.

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11:44 am
Wed November 5, 2014

Military Voices Heard on Weekend Edition & StoryCorps

Weekend Edition Saturday and StoryCorps partner to bring the Military Voices Initiative ( http://storycorps.org/military-voices/  )  to the air. Look for pieces on veterans, service members and their families on WESAT.

WFSU Program Feed
8:15 am
Mon November 3, 2014

Capital Report: 10-31-2014

While more men tend to favor Governor Rick Scott more, the final Quinnipiac poll of the Florida Governor’s race suggests by a double-digit margin, more women favor Democrat challenger Charlie Crist over the Republican incumbent.  In the last part of our two-part series Sascha Cordner tried to find out if top Democratic women feel the same way about the Republican-turned-Democrat.

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