Friday, April 24 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, April 26 @ 12:00 PM
Prison Reform: Whistleblowers Investigated
Since reports by The Miami Herald and other news outlets on suspicious deaths and abuse of inmates, Florida’s prison system has been under incredible scrutiny. Now, the whistleblowers who raised the alarm about the "atrocities" within the Department of Corrections are themselves, being investigated.
Julie Brown, The Miami Herald
Florida Legislature Stalemate: Medicaid, LIP to Blame
With just days left before the legislative session is scheduled to end, both the Florida House and Senate remain at an impasse over how to deal with a potential $1.3 billion deficit in the state's healthcare budget. The culprit: The federal government is ending the "low income pool" -- or LIP -- which helps hospitals cover the costs of treating the uninsured and Medicaid patients. What’s the most productive way to get over the stalemate?
Dan Gelber, Former State Senator
Edward J. Pozzuoli, Esq., Tripp Scott Law Firm