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Duval schools half-cent tax; get organized; Florida infrastructure; women with heart

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Lindsey Kilbride

Duval County voters passed a half-cent sales tax in 2020 with the promise of helping public schools across the district rebuild and renovate; however, millions of dollars from that sales tax have been given to various charter schools.

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Get organized

January is Get Organized Month. As we clean out our space and organize our lives, some of us could use some professional help.

Guest: Denise Bibeault, professional organizer.

Florida infrastructure

Florida’s proposed budget for the next fiscal year is set to spend hundreds of millions on infrastructure improvements to our seaports, including JAXPORT. That could play a part in easing the nation’s supply chain crunch.

Guest: Andrew Steif, attorney of Gunster Law.

Women with heart

Volunteers in Medicine is a nonprofit giving free medical care to the working uninsured of Duval County. This month, they honor local women with heart.

Guest: Jennifer Ryan, CEO of Volunteers in Medicine.

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Patrick Cantin is joining WJCT from the University of North Florida as a news intern for the fall 2020 semester.
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