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A recent military study found that about 17 percent of soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan had PTSD symptoms. Many more are simply having trouble readjusting to civilian life.
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Albert and Rudy Fernandez
Brothers Albert and Rudy Fernandez of Tampa talk about the importance of education and history in the lives of their close-knit family. Both grew up in an academic household led by their Fulbright Scholar father and author who took them along to Spain to study. They have passed along that multigenerational love of learning to their own children and the greater community as public servants.

Music credits: Superman March by John Williams, Wish Upon A Star, Philips

Mark Leib Theater Review
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The Speaker Designate of the Florida House, Republican Representative Marco Rubio of Miami is on a mission to collect innovative ideas from Florida's citizens. Rubio is traveling the state asking Floridians to fill a book with the best 100 ideas for the state's future. We'll hear about some of those ideas and discuss them with Rep. Rubio along with Democratic Representative Bob Henriquez of Tampa and USF Political Science Professor Susan MacManus.
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Millie Small and George Robinson
Longtime friend Millie Small interviews Dr. George Robinson about his early days as a physician who made house calls day and night, rain or shine. Dr. Robinson attributes his success to his parents and living a good life from a boyhood in Massachusetts to medical school in Pennsylvania to retirement in Florida.

Music credits: Minor Swing, After You’ve Gone by Django Reinhardt and Stephan Grappelly, Djangology 49, Bluebird Records

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