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Florida Matters Reporters Roundtable: Hurricane Irma

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We're starting something new on Florida Matters. Once a month we're going to gather together some experienced reporters from around the state for perspective on the important news happening in Florida.

This week we're talking about the consequences of Hurricane Irma, and lessons learned from the storm.

 

Our panel includes:

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Tamara Lush, Correspondent with the Associated Press

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Kate Stein, reporter with WLRN in Miami

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Romona Washington, Executive Editor of the Highlands News-Sun and the Highlands Sun

What lessons have you learned from your experience during Hurricane Irma? And what would you like to see your community do differently for the next storm? Share your thoughts on our Facebook page, on Twitter or by emailing FloridaMatters@wusf.org.  

I cover health care for WUSF and the statewide journalism collaborative Health News Florida. I’m passionate about highlighting community efforts to improve the quality of care in our state and make it more accessible to all Floridians. I’m also committed to holding those in power accountable when they fail to prioritize the health needs of the people they serve.
Robin is Senior Editor at WUSF, spearheading the station's podcasting initiatives and helping to guide the vision for special reporting projects and creative storytelling. She created The Zest, the station's podcast that's all about food, which she continues to host and serve as senior producer.