Intersection: How Bills Are Made; New Music From Bryan Malpass
One of the issues on the minds of lawmakers in Tallahassee this session is immigration… and there’s a bill making its way through the legislature to ban so-called sanctuary cities.
A report from the News Service of Florida revealed that a hardline anti-immigration group worked with lawmakers to draft the bill.
Meanwhile- the Sunshine State is touted by politicians as a low tax, business-friendly environment. Yet Florida Trend magazine reports lobbyists representing businesses ranging from rental car companies to theme parks are pushing for more tax cuts.
Whether it’s clamping down on immigration or lowering taxes- who writes the laws that shape life in Florida? Joining the discussion on Intersection are Jason Garcia, associate editor with Florida Trend; Ana Ceballos, state government and politics reporter with the News Service of Florida, and Chris Carmody, attorney and lobbyist with Gray Robinson.
Three nights a week you can catch singer-songwriter Bryan Malpass honing his craft at Disney Springs. Sometimes he’s leading the crowd in a singalong of a 90’s classic- like Zombie or You Oughta Know. But Malpass is also making a name for himself with originals from his new album Change The Room.
Malpass joins us in studio accompanied by Billy Jones on Cajón. He performs Change The Room and Wildfire.
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