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Sunshine on Issues: Reports from Tallahassee

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Tallahassee Democrat reporter James Call walks the halls of the Florida Capitol and reports back to you.

Latest Episodes

Sunshine on Issues No. 20

The Forgotten Majority and Mothers in the Gap organized a protest at a Florida Department of Corrections public hearing on new rules for inmate visits - twice monthly for four hours over two days. Ryan Torrens wants to make the Attorney General office the state's number one consumer advocate. And UCF's Aubrey Jewett talks about Ricks Scott's eight years as governor.

12 MIN2018 APR 9
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Sunshine on Issues No. 20

Sunshine on Issues - Tallahassee

Three takes on the The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act. A plan that allows Florida public school teachers to carry firearms in the class room. Andy Pollack lost a daughter in the Valentine Day's massacre. He can't understand why anyone would oppose the plan. Rep. Scott Plakon thinks pistol packing teachers should give parents comfort. And Rep. Jared Moskowitz talks about compromise and a long-term strategy

12 MIN2018 MAR 11
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Sunshine on Issues - Tallahassee

Sunshine On Issues 17

The day after 17 people are gunned down at a South Florida high school Moms Demand Action delivered petitions to the state capitol supporting stricter gun control. And when the Mayor of Tallahassee refers to the House Speaker as an immigrant during an immigration debate, the Speaker explains he's not a Canadian.

18 MIN2018 FEB 17
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Sunshine On Issues 17

#16 Sunshine on Issues Reports from Tallahassee

Roger Stone gaggles with Tallahassee reporters about the rough and tumble nature of politics. "It isn't bean bag," said the legendary master of misinformation. Three public school teachers confront the sponsor of a bill to create another publicly-funded private-school voucher program and Pastor Ron Rawls explains the thinking behind a six-week revival of the Poor People's Campaign.

17 MIN2018 FEB 10
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#16 Sunshine on Issues Reports from Tallahassee

Sunshine on Issues #15

Florida lawmakers start talking budget priorities. Sen. Brandes wants to reform prison system, and House Democrats oppose the Speaker's top education priority. Bill Montford thinks about leaving the Florida Senate

13 MIN2018 FEB 2
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Sunshine on Issues #15

Episode 14

Episode 14 of Sunshine on Issues tells the story of three different activists taking different approaches to promoting their causes. Elizabeth Smart was 14 when she was stolen from her bedroom in the middle of the night. Three years ago Demetrious Branca lost his son to a distracted driver. And Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith is a passionate progressive Democrat.

15 MIN2018 JAN 27
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Episode 14

Episode 13 Sunshine on Issues

The first week of the 2018 Session the Florida House cracks down on the sanctuary city movement, labor unions and local governments. Rep. Halsey Beshears explains the House free market philosophy, Senate President Joe Negron defends the Senate's relevancy, and House Democrats say the Republicans are playing election year politics.

11 MIN2018 JAN 13
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Episode 13 Sunshine on Issues

SOI 12

Florida Democratic Party has a numbers problem. It has a quarter of a million more registered voters than the Republicans but is 4 - 22 in statewide elections since 2000. Rep. Ramon Alexander, D-Tallahassee and Susan MacManus and Aubrey Jewett discuss a generational schism in Florida's minority party.

12 MIN2018 JAN 6
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SOI 12

Sunshine on Issues #10

Sen. Jack Latvala resigns rather than face a Senate hearing on charges he repeatedly sexually harassed staff and may have traded votes for sex. The courts rule twice on HB 7069 - opponents win one and lose another. And there's a new phone App to navigate family court.

13 MIN2017 DEC 22
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Sunshine on Issues #10

SOI #9: Sex Rules, Victims Rights & Ramon Alexander

Florida Gov. Rick Scott issues new rules for reporting, investigating and closing sexual harassment in state government. Reporters quiz Scott about what and when he knew about an incident involving a PSC Commissioner. Advocate for a victim right's amendment to Florida's constitution says it's good to be treated like a criminal. And Tallahassee Rep. Ramon Alexander has one session under his belt and says he sees a broken system for making public policy.

13 MIN2017 DEC 15
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SOI #9: Sex Rules, Victims Rights & Ramon Alexander

Latest Episodes

Sunshine on Issues No. 20

The Forgotten Majority and Mothers in the Gap organized a protest at a Florida Department of Corrections public hearing on new rules for inmate visits - twice monthly for four hours over two days. Ryan Torrens wants to make the Attorney General office the state's number one consumer advocate. And UCF's Aubrey Jewett talks about Ricks Scott's eight years as governor.

12 MIN2018 APR 9
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Sunshine on Issues No. 20

Sunshine on Issues - Tallahassee

Three takes on the The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act. A plan that allows Florida public school teachers to carry firearms in the class room. Andy Pollack lost a daughter in the Valentine Day's massacre. He can't understand why anyone would oppose the plan. Rep. Scott Plakon thinks pistol packing teachers should give parents comfort. And Rep. Jared Moskowitz talks about compromise and a long-term strategy

12 MIN2018 MAR 11
Comments
Sunshine on Issues - Tallahassee

Sunshine On Issues 17

The day after 17 people are gunned down at a South Florida high school Moms Demand Action delivered petitions to the state capitol supporting stricter gun control. And when the Mayor of Tallahassee refers to the House Speaker as an immigrant during an immigration debate, the Speaker explains he's not a Canadian.

18 MIN2018 FEB 17
Comments
Sunshine On Issues 17

#16 Sunshine on Issues Reports from Tallahassee

Roger Stone gaggles with Tallahassee reporters about the rough and tumble nature of politics. "It isn't bean bag," said the legendary master of misinformation. Three public school teachers confront the sponsor of a bill to create another publicly-funded private-school voucher program and Pastor Ron Rawls explains the thinking behind a six-week revival of the Poor People's Campaign.

17 MIN2018 FEB 10
Comments
#16 Sunshine on Issues Reports from Tallahassee

Sunshine on Issues #15

Florida lawmakers start talking budget priorities. Sen. Brandes wants to reform prison system, and House Democrats oppose the Speaker's top education priority. Bill Montford thinks about leaving the Florida Senate

13 MIN2018 FEB 2
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Sunshine on Issues #15

Episode 14

Episode 14 of Sunshine on Issues tells the story of three different activists taking different approaches to promoting their causes. Elizabeth Smart was 14 when she was stolen from her bedroom in the middle of the night. Three years ago Demetrious Branca lost his son to a distracted driver. And Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith is a passionate progressive Democrat.

15 MIN2018 JAN 27
Comments
Episode 14

Episode 13 Sunshine on Issues

The first week of the 2018 Session the Florida House cracks down on the sanctuary city movement, labor unions and local governments. Rep. Halsey Beshears explains the House free market philosophy, Senate President Joe Negron defends the Senate's relevancy, and House Democrats say the Republicans are playing election year politics.

11 MIN2018 JAN 13
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Episode 13 Sunshine on Issues

SOI 12

Florida Democratic Party has a numbers problem. It has a quarter of a million more registered voters than the Republicans but is 4 - 22 in statewide elections since 2000. Rep. Ramon Alexander, D-Tallahassee and Susan MacManus and Aubrey Jewett discuss a generational schism in Florida's minority party.

12 MIN2018 JAN 6
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SOI 12

Sunshine on Issues #10

Sen. Jack Latvala resigns rather than face a Senate hearing on charges he repeatedly sexually harassed staff and may have traded votes for sex. The courts rule twice on HB 7069 - opponents win one and lose another. And there's a new phone App to navigate family court.

13 MIN2017 DEC 22
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Sunshine on Issues #10

SOI #9: Sex Rules, Victims Rights & Ramon Alexander

Florida Gov. Rick Scott issues new rules for reporting, investigating and closing sexual harassment in state government. Reporters quiz Scott about what and when he knew about an incident involving a PSC Commissioner. Advocate for a victim right's amendment to Florida's constitution says it's good to be treated like a criminal. And Tallahassee Rep. Ramon Alexander has one session under his belt and says he sees a broken system for making public policy.

13 MIN2017 DEC 15
Comments
SOI #9: Sex Rules, Victims Rights & Ramon Alexander
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