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Air time: Friday’s at 12 p.m.

Each week Melissa Ross of WJCT and Tom Hudson of WLRN in Miami, along with a panel of journalists from around the state, discuss the week in Florida news in The Florida Roundup Statewide edition.

Florida’s Capitol Complex in Tallahassee
Florida Roundup

1/4/19: A Look Ahead At 2019 Politics; New Report On Florida’s Sexual Offenders

This week on The Florida Roundup, we discussed some of the state’s biggest political stories to watch in the year ahead with A.G. Gancarski, a writer for Florida Politics and Adam Smith, the political editor for the Tampa Bay Times. We also looked at a new state report that says the number of sexual offenders and predators living in Florida has risen by more than 50 percent in the last 13 years. WMFE Orlando reporter Danielle Prieur joined us with a look at the numbers.
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Memorials for the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting
Florida Roundup

12/28/18: Florida Roundup Year In Review

This week on the Florida Roundup, we looked back at some of the biggest statewide stories of 2018, such as the deadly school shooting in Parkland, which led to a landmark gun and school safety law; the election, which resulted in several mandated recounts; the blue-green algae and red tide that appeared in bodies of water around the state; and Hurricane Michael, which slammed into the Panhandle.
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Florida Roundup

12/21/18: The Future of Public Education in Florida

Education is an enormous piece of the state budget. Hundreds of thousands of people work in the industry, and millions of Florida families send their kids to public schools each day. The governor-elect pledged to spend 80 percent of the education budget inside the classroom, but what that means is not clear.
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Local News

12/14/2018: Felon Voting Rights Next Steps

Florida voters approved a constitutional amendment restoring the voting rights of most felons, but with just weeks before it goes into effect, there’s no clarity on how it will be implemented. So happens next? That was the focus of this week’s Florida Roundup.
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A view of Jacksonville Beach. Seismic testing could be coming to Florida’s Altantic coast.
Florida Roundup

12/07/18: Seismic Testing; Healthcare Coverage In Fla.

Soon you may hear the sound of seismic tests up and down Florida’s Atlantic Coast. The Trump Administration has okayed the search for oil and natural gas from the Space Coast north. On this week’s Florida Roundup we looked at the opportunities that come with the tests and risks to life under the sea.
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