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Announcement from Jacksonville, FL Radio Station

Don’t miss this week’s show: The Health Care Debate

Tune in locally on 1320AM in Jacksonville, FL or online via our streaming audio link as the show welcomes guests Diane Archer from The Campaign for America’s Future & Dr. Darden North, author and practicing obstetrician/gynecologist from Jackson, Mississippi. They will be discussing and debating the issue of health care in America and what can be done to decrease costs and improve quality.

Go ahead and start the discussion now by commenting on our speaker’s blogs or by posting your position in our forums section.

The show broadcasts from 10:05am to 11:30am EST Saturday morning May 26th.
You can “Take it to the Box” by calling 904.854.1320 or by e-mailing your questions/comments to Radio@GetOnYourSoapBox.com

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