Craig Kopp

NPR Story
11:50 am
Fri December 19, 2014

Deadline for Jan. 1 Health Coverage Gone – Now What?

Jodi Ray is the project director for Florida Covering Kids & Families at USF.

Originally published on Tue December 16, 2014 10:02 am

  

The deadline has passed to buy a health plan on HealthCare.gov for coverage that starts Jan. 1, 2015.

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Politics
7:50 pm
Wed November 19, 2014

Fact-Checking the Popularity of Amendment Two

Originally published on Wed November 19, 2014 2:36 pm

In the midterm elections earlier this month in Florida, the constitutional amendment to allow for the distribution of medical marijuana needed 60 percent of the vote to pass.

Amendment Two received 57.6 percent.

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Politics
8:49 pm
Wed November 5, 2014

Making Sense of Where We Get Our News

Originally published on Fri October 31, 2014 8:24 am

Would you be surprised to learn that liberals and conservatives don't get their news from the same sources?

That's one of the findings in a big Pew Research study called Political Polarization and Media Habits.

Before you say, "Well, duh," Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute's Sense-Making Project says there are some things to be learned from this study.

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Politics
5:48 pm
Mon September 29, 2014

Scott and Crist Using the Same Ponzi Scammer in Commercials: A PolitiFact-Check

Originally published on Sat September 13, 2014 12:30 pm

The battle for the Florida governor's office is fully engaged now.  

And, oddly, both Republican Governor Rick Scott and his challenger, Republican-turned-Democrat Charlie Crist, appear to be using some of the same ammunition.

Both the Republican Party of Florida and the Crist campaign have recently cited convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein in ads slamming their opponent.

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Politifact
3:45 pm
Tue August 19, 2014

Fact-Checking Who's Paying for All Aboard Florida

Credit politifact.com

Governor Rick Scott declined to accept federal money for a high speed rail line between Tampa and Orlando.

But Scott is supporting the All Aboard Florida project -- a rail line from Miami to West Palm Beach that could eventually reach Orlando.

The difference, Scott says, is that there's not government money involved in this rail project.

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