Sarasota County Commission backtracks on decision to cut funding for childcare, low income services

Listen: In a controversial move last month, the Sarasota County Commission cut funding for various social service programs, including childcare and homeless services. But now,...
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Human Rights of The Incarcerated

A slate of panelist for the upcoming criminal justice summit joins in as we discuss a host of issues facing prisons. The panelist include ex-offender...
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New College of Florida’s business plan is “not financially viable” according to a UF business school professor

UF business faculty: A business plan outlining sweeping changes at New College of Florida is “not financially viable” in its current state.
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The Scoop: Fri., September 29, 2023 Tampa Bay & Florida headlines by WMNF

Supreme Court term limits There’s a new effort to set term limits for U.S. Supreme Court Justices. Former congressional candidate Alan Cohn is with the...
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The Incarceration Nation

Alexandra Bailey calls in to the Forum to discuss efforts to end mass incarceration in federal prison. She talks about the bipartisan First Step Act...
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Judge upholds a Florida law turning over the Gainesville utility to a state-appointed board

A circuit judge rejected a challenge by the city of Gainesville to a new Florida law overhauling control of the Gainesville municipal utility.
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Florida sports betting plan faces new legal challenge

2 companies asked the Florida Supreme Court to strike down part of a deal for the Seminole Tribe to control sports betting in the state.
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Florida targets fantasy sports companies for potentially illegal mobile betting games

Florida gambling regulators sent letters to daily fantasy-sports operators accused of potentially illegal mobile betting games.

Tampa Bay Rays announce plans for new St. Pete stadium, redevelopment of surrounding district

The Tampa Bay Rays are staying in St. Petersburg. The team announced plans for a new stadium at Tropicana Field on Tuesday.
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FSU considers leaving the ACC over revenue distribution

Florida State University's Board of Trustees is considering a departure from the Atlantic Coast Conference due to revenue distribution.

The life of Pablo 🚨

6/20 MarqRich and the team discuss TheTitan/ Near death experiences Jordan sells / j.Cole gets a percentage Who foots the bill in the dating period of a relationship…what’s the split on bills when you’re with...

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6/6 MarqRich and the squad discuss- The NBA Finals – the heat win game 2 We discuss Gunna and the YSL RICO case The state of battle rap Dr. Umar Johnson’s thoughts about Spider-Man and...

Activists at Juneteenth rally demand St. Pete keeps promises to the Black community.

Yesterday community organizers in St. Petersburg gathered to celebrate Juneteenth coming up on Monday, which was made a federal holiday two years ago to celebrate the emancipation of slaves in the United States. Event organizers...

New Tampa pro soccer team announced without a field or a name

Pro soccer stakeholders announced that women’s professional soccer is coming to the Tampa Bay area 1n 2024.

Episode 1, Coaches Project, USA Today( September 2022), released a study that showed the National Football League( NFL) is inherently racist, especially when selecting coaches.

Episode 1, Coaches Project, USA Today( September 2022), released a study that showed the National Football League( NFL) is inherently racist, especially when selecting coaches.
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Proposal to pay baseball players less than minimum wage narrowly advances in Florida Senate

A new bill might make it legal for Minor League Baseball players in Florida to be paid less than minimum wage.

Florida House unanimously passes changes to pay for athletes

The Florida House passed a proposal that would allow colleges and universities to help connect student-athletes with endorsements.

Florida high school athletic board drops menstruation questions

the Florida High School Athletic Association Board dropped questions about student-athletes’ menstrual cycles from a physical evaluation form.

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