News & Public Affairs03/24/05
Two supporters of President Bush's concept to privatize part of Social Security (Kevin Wright a local activist with the group Generations Together -http://www.generationstogether.net/.- and Derrick Max, who runs two business groups: the Alliance for Worker Retirement Security and the Coalition for the Modernization and Protection of America's Social Security, or Compass) debated Bernard Wassow of the Century Foundation. "Scare Tactics: Why Social Security Is Not In Crisis" was written by Was...Be the first to comment
Last month the Attorney General in Kansas, a staunch opponent of abortion, demanded the medical records of nearly 90 woman and girls who had late-term abortions, saying he needs the material to investigate crimes.
The two abortion clinics involved in the case say the state has no right to such personal information and are fighting the request in the Kansas Supreme Court.
But Attorney General Phil Kline insists he needs the records because he has "the duty to investigate and p...Be the first to comment
Floridians may soon have a greater ability to shoot people on the street without legal repercussions. A bill introduced in the state legislature, which seems likely to pass, strengthens the ability of people to shoot intruders on their property, and gives them the ability to use a gun if they are threatened in a public space. The bill was authored by State Senator Durrell Peadon; his legislative assistant Roger Robinson, says current state law does not go far enough in protecting people who...Be the first to comment
ANNUAL TAX CALL-IN SHOW Part II w/ CPAs Phil Scheidt, Andy Mason, Sara Wilhite.Be the first to comment
INTRO: Democratic State Senator Rod smith, a relatively unknown quantity in South Florida, announced last month his intentions of running for the GovernorÃ¢â¬â¢s office in 2006. Smith, of Alachua County, came to prominence as a prosecutor who brought to trial the case against Gainesville student killer Danny Rolling. Smith says he expects the high profile case to win him votes across Florida, a feat no Democratic candidate for Governor has done since Lawton Chiles was re-elected in 1994. Sm...Be the first to comment
Florida State representative Adam Putnam was in Sun city center this morning, holding what he called a town hall meeting to discuss changes to the nations social security program. The republican party had previously had member of congress holding large public events, but because so many people came to complain and protest against the changes proposed by president Bush, they have changed to holding smaller meetings. About 80 people came to the meeting--almost all of the attendees were senior...Be the first to comment
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Homeless Advocates in Hillsborough County said today that there are an estimated 11,000 people homeless in the County, a 36% increase since the last survey was conducted a year and a half ago.
Rayme Knuckles is the Chief Executive Officer for the Homeless Coalition of Hillsborough CountyÃ¢â¬Â¦He said there are 2 main reasons that lead to homelessness Ã¢â¬â lack of affordable housing, and low paying jobs that prevent people from getting the chance to acquire such housing (roll tape...Be the first to comment
ANNUAL TAX CALL-IN SHOW w/certified public accountants Lee Hewitt, Malcolm Hayes, Phil Scheidt. The CPAs volunteered their time to answer tax questions from listeners.Be the first to comment
INTRO: Primary candidates on both sides of the aisle, are positioning themselves for the Governors race for office witch will culminate in the November 2006 mid-term election. While no one yet has formally announced on the Republican side, Attorney General Charlie Christ, Lt. Governor Toni Jennings, and Chief Financial Officer Tom Gallagher are all thought to be in the mix. The Democrats have two announced candidates for the Governors office, Congressman Jim Davis of Tampa, and State Senator...Be the first to comment