News & Public Affairs12/07/04
On Monday, the American Medical Association voted to support the importation of prescription drugs by wholesalers and pharmacies, if certain conditions are met to Ã¢â¬Åensure patient safety.Ã¢â¬?--- Those conditions being that the drugs are approved by the Food and Drug Administration, the distribution path of the drugs is trackable, and congress funds the FDA in their efforts to do so. The announcement came in advance of todayÃ¢â¬â¢s deadline for the department of Health and Human Serv...Be the first to comment
For over 4 decades, residents of the East Tampa area around 40th street have been complaining to local leaders to help improve conditions along the major thoroughfare.
Today (Tuesday) The beginning of a one section of a Federal, State, County and City project to enhance the 40th street Corridor began, with groundbreaking ceremonies on one segment of the $70 million dollar multi layered project.
Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio says that 40th Street is her top transportation project. ...Be the first to comment
The Tampa bay history center will soon have a new home. WMNFs Andrew Stelzer has more.
Currently the Tampa bay History center sits on South Franklin Street, in the shadow in a freeway overpass. But today city and county officials signed an interlocal land agreement to for a new site for the center, along the Hillsborough River in Cotanchobee-Fort Brooke Park.
ACT-Iorio Ã¢â¬ÅI donÃ¢â¬â¢t think any community can be great unless it understands its hist...Be the first to comment
On November 2nd, the Election Protection hotline received over 100,000 phone calls from voters who needed help in regard to votingÃ¢â¬âeverything from information about where they were registered, to complaints about long lines or no paper receipts. About 40,000 of these, after review, have been classified as complaints. Now, in an effort to fix some of these problems with the countryÃ¢â¬â¢s elections process, People for the American way has compiled a database of problems recorded by ...Be the first to comment
America's top doctor says steroid use in Major League Baseball is a public health issue that threatens young people across the country.
U-S Surgeon General Richard Carmona says he's worried about kids
and young athletes who idolize the superstar sluggers. If
youngsters think steroid use is acceptable, Carmona believes they
may use the drugs and put themselves at risk for things like organ
failure and cancer.
Meanwhile, Major League Baseball PlayerÃ¢â¬â¢s Union ...Be the first to comment
Interview with Autumn Stephens, editor of Roar Softly and Carry a Great Lipstick - 28 women writers on coping with - and laughing about - life, love, sex, and more. Riffs on Teodore Roosevelt's macho motto: "Walk softly and carry a big stick" - women taking on challenges in their lives. From finding love as a sigle mom to overcoming alcoholism to surviving a midlife crisis. This poignant, provocative collection of personal essays reveals how women overcome life's challenges with strength a...Be the first to comment
Mary talks with Dr. Gupta, a leading world authority on women's role in development,an advocate for women's empowerment and women's human rights and an internationally recognized expert on HIV/AIDS. She talks about the worldwide effect of HIV/AIDS, particularly on women. Before coming to ICRS, Dr. Gupta was a researcher with Tata Institute in Bombay, India and taught at several Indian universities. She directe a ground-breaking 15-year research project for ICRW on women and AIDS. She serv...Be the first to comment
Marjorie Cohn, Professor of Law J.D., Santa Clara University School of Law B.A., Stanford University, with departmental honors in Social Thought and Institutions
Professor Cohn talks about new pictures - apparently of torture - lby Navy Seals released today.
She talked about torture as an instrument of war and about Muslim attitudes to our policies. She also talked briefly about the election and the coming recount in Ohio. Professor Cohn lectures throughout the world on internatio...
Bob Smith served for 6 year in the U. S. House of Representatives and 12 years in the U. S. Senate from the State of New Hampshire. He now lives in Florida, and has recently been named as the President of The Everglades Foundation, an organization trying to educate the public about the need to preserve and restore the Everglades. WMNF spoke to Smith about what Floridians need to do to protect the everglades.
That Was former New Hampshire Senator, and president of...Be the first to comment
The Palm Beach Post reported today that Palm Beach County officials are accusing the Scripps Research Institute of being "unnecessarily confrontational" over delays in constructing its biotech headquarters, insisting that a three-month setback is the result of hurricanes and lawsuits out of the county's control.
That news comes 2 days after Hillsborough County Commissioners agreed to have Commissioner Mark Sharpe work with the CountyÃ¢â¬â¢s Economic Development Staff and the Hillsbo...Be the first to comment