Florida This Week; Local farm-to-table restaurants might not be serving up what they claim

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On Radioactivity Monday we listen back to the latest Florida This Week, a news and public affairs program from local PBS station WEDU that is also moderated by Radioactivity host Rob Lorei. The panel of political experts and insiders look at the biggest stories in Florida: Rick Scott’s recent ad that attacked a woman who confronted him at a coffee shop, Donald Trump’s campaign manager is cleared of battery charges, a controversial alimony bill is vetoed by Gov. Scott, and the reported drop in HIV/AIDS numbers in Florida.

Then we are joined by Laura Reiley, the Tampa Bay Times food critic who is causing quite a stir locally and around the country with her recent investigative series on Bay Area farm-to-table restaurants that are actually lying about the sourcing of their food.

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