Today on Context Florida: gun violence, suicide, poverty, and Obamacare

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Today on Context Florida, Steve Robinson opens with the sobering question of “where is the outrage?” regarding ongoing gun violence in schools; and Ben Kirby continues, sharing the social and economic costs of suicide and touting the advocacy of Jason Tompkins, chair of the newly chartered Tampa Bay Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide prevention.

Then, Julie Delegal pens a column warning that education reform will fail if poverty isn’t addressed, and Darryl Paulson begins the first of a two-part series on the problem with Obamacare, this time focusing on “the process.”

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