2023 legislative preview; autism symposium; March Madness for music lovers
The Florida State Legislature convenes on Tuesday for its 60-day annual session with a Republican majority in both houses. And it’s expected to tackle a number of controversial issues from "permitless" carry to affordable housing.
We take a look at some of the high-profile measures that will be considered this session.
Guest: AG Gancarski of Florida Politics and Jacksonville Today.
13th Annual Autism Symposium
The University of North Florida will host the 13th Annual Autism Symposium on Wednesday and will feature nationally known speakers to present the latest medical evidence and interventions regarding autism. Topics of discussion will include understanding and addressing stigma-related health disparities for people with an intellectual or developmental disability.
- Dr. Emily Hotez, assistant professor at UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine.
- Jackie Bargas, program manager for the Annual Autism Symposium.
March Madness for music Lovers
Our friends at the Florida Times-Union have created a riff on March Madness … with a tuneful twist. They’ve created their own bracket of the best musical acts from Jacksonville.
Guest: Tom Szaroleta, lifestyle Editor and reporter at The Florida Times-Union.