Florida Matters News Roundtable: Politics, Opioid Lawsuit, Mosaic Relocation & More
Florida sues the nation’s biggest drug makers, political battles heat up and Hillsborough attracts a Fortune 500 company headquarters.
Those are just some of the latest state news stories we’ll discuss with reporters on this month’s edition of our Florida Matters news roundtable.
Our guests include:
Adam Smith, political editor at the Tampa Bay Times
Janelle Irwin, reporter with the Tampa Bay Business Journal
Julio Ochoa, editor of WUSF’s Health News Florida
You can hear more discussion on politics, transit and other news on our podcast Florida Matters More.
Tuesday at 6:30 PM | Sunday at 7:30 AM on WUSF 89.7
Monday at 10:00 PM on WSMR 89.1
Robin Trohn Sussingham is a reporter and program host at WUSF Public Broadcasting, and is the producer of Florida Matters. She came to WUSF from public radio stations KUER and KCPW in Utah, has contributed stories to NPR and Marketplace, and also has an extensive background in print reporting. She was born in Lakeland and often reports about Polk County.
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