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  • Capital Report (large)
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    On tonight’s program: With Florida a toss-up state, President Trump makes back-to-back visits today. But in a traditionally solid GOP stronghold, not everyone is on the Trump train; Famous election attorney Barry Richard, a key player in Florida’s 2000 electoral meltdown, says allegations of voter fraud should be taken with a heaping helping of salt; One hundred years after women got the right to vote, their voices are growing stronger and louder; Florida election supervisors take pandemic precautions for long-term care residents who want to vote; Florida’s pandemic-battered tourism industry is still struggling to get back on its feet; Governor Ron DeSantis insists Florida schools will stay upon regardless of what happens with the pandemic; Two North Florida counties, still recovering from devastating storm damage, have found ways to handle the election.
  • On tonight’s program: With Florida a toss-up state, President Trump makes back-to-back visits today. But in a traditionally solid GOP stronghold, not everyone is on the Trump train; Famous election attorney Barry Richard, a key player in Florida’s 2000 electoral meltdown, says allegations of voter fraud should be taken with a heaping helping of salt; One hundred years after women got the right to vote, their voices are growing stronger and louder; Florida election supervisors take pandemic precautions for long-term care residents who want to vote; Florida’s pandemic-battered tourism industry is still struggling to get back on its feet; Governor Ron DeSantis insists Florida schools will stay upon regardless of what happens with the pandemic; Two North Florida counties, still recovering from devastating storm damage, have found ways to handle the election.
  • Since it first opened in the early 1980s, Leon County's Innovation Park has had moderate success in attracting major tenants, such as the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and Danfoss Turbocor. That goal is still part of its mission, but the Park and its partners have expanded that role to support new homegrown enterprises. To talk about it are: Ron Miller, Innovation Park executive director; Michael Tentnowski, director of entrepreneurship; and Board Chair Kim Moore.
  • Since it first opened in the early 1980s, Leon County's Innovation Park has had moderate success in attracting major tenants, such as the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and Danfoss Turbocor. That goal is still part of its mission, but the Park and its partners have expanded that role to support new homegrown enterprises. To talk about it are: Ron Miller, Innovation Park executive director; Michael Tentnowski, director of entrepreneurship; and Board Chair Kim Moore.
  • On tonight’s program: The November third election is just a little more than two weeks away. And as usual, the question is: “What about Florida?”; Voter accessibility advocates want Florida elections officials to consider making digital voting a reality; How can you assure the safety of the Florida Legislature as it soon starts meeting in the midst of the pandemic?; Hemp is okay; psychoactive marijuana is still illegal on the federal level. But now there’s a version of legal hemp that produces a potentially illegal high; The legendary Tupelo honey produced in the state’s remote Panhandle region is facing a dry spell.
  • On tonight’s program: The November third election is just a little more than two weeks away. And as usual, the question is: “What about Florida?”; Voter accessibility advocates want Florida elections officials to consider making digital voting a reality; How can you assure the safety of the Florida Legislature as it soon starts meeting in the midst of the pandemic?; Hemp is okay; psychoactive marijuana is still illegal on the federal level. But now there’s a version of legal hemp that produces a potentially illegal high; The legendary Tupelo honey produced in the state’s remote Panhandle region is facing a dry spell.
  • The combination of the coronavirus pandemic, economic uncertainty, contentious politics and other stressors seem connected to the recent rise in substance abuse across the nation. To talk about it are: Kathleen Roberts, executive director Community Coalition Alliance; General Arthur Dean, CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America); Joe Davis with Florida Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs; Florida State Representative Colleen Burton (R-Polk County); and Dr. Greg Colbath, an orthopedic surgeon based in Spartanburg, SC.
  • The combination of the coronavirus pandemic, economic uncertainty, contentious politics and other stressors seem connected to the recent rise in substance abuse across the nation. To talk about it are: Kathleen Roberts, executive director Community Coalition Alliance; General Arthur Dean, CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America); Joe Davis with Florida Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs; Florida State Representative Colleen Burton (R-Polk County); and Dr. Greg Colbath, an orthopedic surgeon based in Spartanburg, SC.
  • On tonight’s program: Monday of this week was Florida’s voter registration deadline. And during the final hours, the online registration system collapsed; Many of Florida’s Hispanics are strongly opposed to the Black Lives Matter movement to to the point of supporting President Trump. We consider the question, “Why?”; Mexico Beach was ground zero for Category Five Hurricane Michael two years ago tomorrow (Saturday, Oct. 10.) The recovery has been slow and often painful; Two years after Hurricane Michael, affordable housing remains in short supply in Bay County as several subsidized complexes are under construction; Despite all the unresolved issues from Michael, a consortium of powerful people in Northwest Florida is determined to accelerate the recovery process.
  • On tonight’s program: Monday of this week was Florida’s voter registration deadline. And during the final hours, the online registration system collapsed; Many of Florida’s Hispanics are strongly opposed to the Black Lives Matter movement to to the point of supporting President Trump. We consider the question, “Why?”; Mexico Beach was ground zero for Category Five Hurricane Michael two years ago tomorrow (Saturday, Oct. 10.) The recovery has been slow and often painful; Two years after Hurricane Michael, affordable housing remains in short supply in Bay County as several subsidized complexes are under construction; Despite all the unresolved issues from Michael, a consortium of powerful people in Northwest Florida is determined to accelerate the recovery process.
  • The question is whether or not to create a taxpayer-supported appointed council to coordinate the provision of education, health care and other services to young children in Leon County. It's generated lots of recent controversy as the November 3rd election nears. Two panels make the case for and against the proposal. The proponents are: Lashawn Gordon with United Partners for Human Services; Michele Watson who heads the Florida Children's Council; Tallahassee City Commissioner Dianne Williams-Cox; and Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare CEO Mark O'Bryant. That's followed by arguments from the opponents: Community Activist Emily Fritz; and Lobbyist, Advocate and Public Policy Analyst Barney Bishop.
  • The question is whether or not to create a taxpayer-supported appointed council to coordinate the provision of education, health care and other services to young children in Leon County. It's generated lots of recent controversy as the November 3rd election nears. Two panels make the case for and against the proposal. The proponents are: Lashawn Gordon with United Partners for Human Services; Michele Watson who heads the Florida Children's Council; Tallahassee City Commissioner Dianne Williams-Cox; and Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare CEO Mark O'Bryant. That's followed by arguments from the opponents: Community Activist Emily Fritz; and Lobbyist, Advocate and Public Policy Analyst Barney Bishop.