Kent Justice, This Week in Jacksonville
  Every Sunday at 9 a.m., This Week in Jacksonville reviews the top stories and political developments in Northeast Florida and host Kent Justice talks to newsmakers about the impact on our community.

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This Week in Jacksonville 8-17-14

New district maps spark more discussion

New district maps created by legislators have brought criticism from many angles. Bruce Hamilton leads a discussion with three prominent local figures. Duval County Supervisor of Elections Jerry Holland, Florida State Representative Charles McBurney and UNF Political Science Professor, Michael Binder provide insight on what may come next.

This Week in Jacksonville 8-10-14

Focusing on city's budget, redrawing congressional district maps

City council focuses on the budget and whether or not it's balanced. While state lawmakers hold special sessions focusing on redrawing congressional maps that could impact the midterm election.

This Week in Jacksonville 8-3-14

Leaders gather to explore ways to end violent crime

Violent crime is on the rise in Jacksonville's streets. A group of Jacksonville's top officials join Kent Justice to explore what's being done to change the violent trend in the community.

This Week in Jacksonville 7-27-14

Dr. Vitti talks about passing, failing grades

Duval County Superintendent Dr. Vitti discusses school grades and what it takes to improve failing schools. Congressman Ander Crenshaw focuses on the holding the IRS accountable.

This Week in Jacksonville 7-20-14

Republican candidates for Georgia's open House seat face off

Buddy Carter and Bob Johnson join Kent Justice to discuss their candidacy to become the Republican nominee for Georgia's open Congressional seat representing coastal Georgia

This Week in Jacksonville 7-13-2014

Panel discusses America's first female four-star admiral

A panel of retired naval officers talks with Kent Justice about the promotion of the first female four-star admiral and the impact on future generations.  Also, a discussion of Florida's congressional districts just ruled illegal by a Tallahassee judge.

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Self-defense in school? And how far should political attacks go?

Duval County School Board member Jason Ficher talks about his proposal that addresses self-defense in schools. And should family members be off limits in political attacks? Plus a local teacher of the year finalist sits down with Kent Justice.

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Engineers discuss award-winning Mathews Bridge repairs

A surprising collaboration that turned the Mathews Bridge repairs into an award-winning project. Kent Justice sits down with a group of engineers involved.  Plus State Rep. Janet Adkins discusses education funding and infrastructure concerns.

Medical marijuana river dredging Learn2Earn HabiJax blitz

Medical marijuana, river dredging, Learn2Earn, HabiJax blitz

The Medical Marijuana debate continues as Gov. Scott signs Charlotte's Web into law. Kent Justice's guests also discuss the deepening of the port of Jacksonville, and programs preparing students to be the first in their family to attend college and enabling people to own homes of their own.


State reps speak about Cantor's defeat, a look at Hillary's book

A national surprise when a political David downed a Republican Goliath. While the federal representatives try to adapt to the unexpected, we're talking with your local state reps, members of the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida. Plus, the former First Lady, who has already run for President once, is being held to some of those high standards and scrutiny based on her new book. Local connections and analysis on "This Week in Jacksonville."

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Governor Scott sues VA

We're checking on the progress of the investigations of Veterans Administration Hospitals as Governor Scott files a lawsuit. And locally where does Jacksonville rank in the number of reported HIV/AIDS cases and pedestrian incidents.

This Week in Jacksonville

First Coast Forum Follow-Up

Stand Your Ground is a hot topic once again in Florida. Does it stand on its own or does it need to be redefined? We review last week's First Coast Forum and hear from the parents of Jordan Davis. And the fall-out from a Clay County state rep's comments.

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