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Stem Cell Controversy (July 20, 2007)
 
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Some observers are "banking" on stem cell research as the source for the next major medical breakthrough. What kind of stem cell research holds the most promise? Who stands to gain the most? Will the political winds in Florida play a role in this...

 
Property Tax Battle (July 13, 2007)
 
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The mayor of one small Florida town is racing against the clock trying to overturn the new property tax cuts. Why has Weston mayor Eric Hersh taken his fight to the courts, and why he is in such a hurry? Are the recently passed tax reforms good...

 
WWII Stories (July 6, 2007)
 
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WWII Stories

It was the bloodiest conflict in human history. At the time, World War II affected nearly everyone on earth.

Many current Bay area residents experienced the struggles of WWII first hand. For Independence Day week, we bring you three...

 
The Big Squeeze: Florida and the Future of Citrus (June 29, 2007)
 
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Disease, drought and real estate prices seem to be conspiring against the state’s multi-billion dollar citrus industry. How is the industry doing? Are the best days of the industry behind us? What lies ahead? Join us for this week’s Florida...

 
Institutional Segregation? (June 22, 2007)
 
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Institutionalized care for those with mental retardation and other disabilities is often criticized, as isolationist and bureaucratic. Some say ending institutionalized care is similar to ending Jim Crow era segregation laws. They’re pushing for...

 
Florida's Robots (June 15, 2007)
 
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We've come a long way from the mechanical robots of 1950s and 1960s science fiction stories. Robots today are science fact -- and some of the leading research in robotics is taking place right here in the Tampa Bay area. This week we explore...

 
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