Florida House Speaker Paul Renner indicated that the House would approve permit-less carry. Governor Ron DeSantis supports it.
A federal judge will consider the constitutionality of a Florida law requiring “intellectual freedom and viewpoint diversity” surveys on state college campuses.
Follow Dr. Laila Abdullahlah’s mission to uncover the truth behind Gulf War Syndrome, an illness downplayed by the VA for decades that now affects nearly 30% of Gulf War veterans, as she and Dr. Fred Harvey tackle the compelling central conflict of restoring the health and well-being of these brave service members.
Dr. Laila Abdullahlah is a nationally recognized speaker and researcher with 15 years of experience studying neurodegenerative illnesses, lipid metabolism, fat metabolism, general metabolism, and proteomics. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from USF, a Master’s in Public Health, Epidemiology, and Neuroscience, and a PhD from Milton Kinds in the UK.
A discussion about fusion energy and its by-products deuterium and tritium. And Black liberation as it relates to energy production and economic progress.
Christmas Pudding. Christmas Crackers. Pantomimes. Mince Pies. Boxing Day. Ah, yes, Boxing Day, if some of the other peculiarities of a British Christmas are explainable, Boxing Day remains a splendid conundrum. Christmas without Boxing Day is unthinkable in Britain. Forget what it’s really all about or where it originated from, December the 26th is certainly… Read more »
A memorial service is being held to honor the many people who died homeless this year at Unitarian Universalist Church.
The Florida House gave final approval to a plan aimed at stabilizing the state’s troubled insurance market; opponents say it won’t help consumers.
The Florida Senate President signaled support for a potential expansion of Florida’s “Parental Rights in Education” law.
Ten Florida school districts with LGBTQ support guides told the state Board of Education they are revising the documents.
A state senator filed a bill that would change the Florida law banning same-sex marriage. Same-sex marriage is legal because of court rulings
As Hillsborough County public schools report hundreds of instructional vacancies, teachers are appealing the school board, amid a staffing shortage they warn could grow worse in the months to come if concerns about pay and working conditions aren’t adequately addressed. The Hillsborough Classroom Teachers Association (HCTA), representing thousands of school staff in Hillsborough County, is… Read more »
Thad Bereday, host of the Redemption Radio podcast, a former lawyer and former prison inmate, and his pastor, Rev. Justin LaRosa of The Portico, a non-traditional, social justice-focused church in downtown Tampa, both join Shelley on MidPoint to discuss the meaning of “redemption” and the need for criminal justice reform.
In a wide-ranging conversation, the Tampa City Council Chairman Joseph Citro touched on his plan for Tampa’s streetcar; the search for a way to reuse 50 million gallons of waster water that’s dumped into the Bay every day; the recent forced resignation of the Tampa police chief; former Sen. Janet Cruz’s run against City Council member Lynn Hurtak; and his days as a DJ at WMNF.
Gov. Ron DeSantis asked the state Supreme Court to impanel a grand jury to investigate “wrongdoing in Florida” related to COVID-19 vaccines.
The Florida Senate approved spending $1.25 billion on assisting homeowners ravaged by hurricanes & giving discounts to toll-road drivers.
We speak with Jessica Vaughn, a member of the Hillsborough County School Board, about education issues in Florida.
Republicans say the Florida Legislature’s plan would stabilize the troubled property insurance system, but Democrats say it hurts consumers.
Today’s guest was Paul Evans, he is a Science Writer and Outreach Coordinator for the University of Florida’s Croc Docs research team.
Dr. Richard Horowitz, the global expert on Lyme disease and author of “Why Can’t I Get Better?”, is here to discuss finding Lyme disease and dealing with the chronic Lyme disease symptoms.
Here’s what Dr. Richard Horowitz and I cover:
1. The global prevalence of Lyme disease – 14.5% of the population has been exposed to it
2. The difference between acute and chronic Lyme disease – chronic Lyme is much worse than people realize
3. The overlap between Lyme disease and other chronic illnesses like chronic fatigue syndrome and long COVID – they share many symptoms
Richard Horowitz, MD is a medical doctor and the author of Why Can’t I Get Better? He is an expert on Lyme disease and has treated over 13,000 patients with chronic Lyme disease.
Trulieve contributed another $5 million last month to a ballot initiative aimed at legalizing recreational use of marijuana.