Going Green

The Church of Eleven22, a popular Jacksonville church in the Intracoastal area, is one of the fastest growing congregations in the country, drawing young worshippers attracted to its positive message and dynamic pastor.

A recent investigation in Folio Weekly finds some former members raising concerns about the church. In particular, there are allegations that members are pressured to deny their sexual orientation after Eleven22 released a video earlier this year of a member discussing the church's impact on her homosexuality.

Church of Eleven22 Pastor Joseph "Joby" Martin III joins us with his thoughts.


The U.S. Attorney’s Office in this region has accepted more than $30 million from several Jacksonville compounding pharmacies, to settle allegations they engaged in kickbacks and fraud while selling unnecessary drugs to active military personnel. Jason Mehta, Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Florida, joins us with more.


The five Democratic presidential candidates - Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Jim Webb, Martin O'Malley and Lincoln Chafee - took the stage Tuesday night for their first debate. Ben Weaver, local Democratic activist and organizer for Bernie Sanders, joins us to discuss it.


A crowded field of Republican candidates will take the stage for another presidential debate Wednesday night. Recent polls show Donald Trump and Ben Carson leading the GOP pack. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton remains the Democratic front runner, but Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont is now topping polls in Iowa and New Hampshire. Susan McManus, professor of political science at the University of South Florida, joins us with thoughts about the race and new data about Florida voters when it comes to 2016.


Avid Life Media, the parent company of the recently hacked extramarital affairs website Ashley Madison, announced this week it is offering a bounty for information regarding Impact Team, the group behind the attack. We discuss the legal and technological impacts of the hacking and release of users' information with Lawrence Datz, Jacksonville family law attorney, and Ray Hollister, WJCT Digital Content Editor and Deemable Tech host.


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