The Current: Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp, Feeding America Tampa Bay, Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, America’s Obsessives

Did you miss this past weekend’s edition (July 21st) of CBS Tampa Bay’s The Current? No problem! Click the audio player above to catch the whole episode featuring:

  • Former Florida Lieutenant Governor Jeff Kottkamp on the currently-vacant job and the search for Florida’s next second-in-command;
  • Thomas Mantz of Feeding America Tampa Bay on the 700,000 people (and one in four children) who suffer from hunger in Tampa Bay;
  • Author Joshua Kendall on his book America’s Obsessives about seven Americans with OCD like Steve Jobs and Estee Lauder who changed the world – part of our Summer Reading Series;
  • Dr. Raoul Olivera from Florida Hospital Zephyrhills on challenges of rural health and stroke
More than 700,000 Tampa Bay residents suffer from chronic hunger, including one-in-four children. (photo credit: Jeff Greenberg/Getty Images)

More than 700,000 Tampa Bay residents suffer from chronic hunger, including one in four children. (photo credit: Jeff Greenberg/Getty Images)

The Current airs eight times every weekend on five CBS Radio stations. Don’t forget to send us your comments by Twitter at @TheCurrentCBS, by text at 56022 (you’ll receive a bounceback text confirming we got yours) or by email at franco.ripple@cbsradio.com, and thanks for listening!

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