Former Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine Sets Eyes On Becoming Governor; A Look Into Gun Violence

Mar 7, 2018

Guests on Sundial for Tuesday, March 6:

Gubernatorial candidates from across the state are preparing for the primary elections that are taking place in August. Miami Beach's former mayor, Philip Levine, has tossed his hat in the ring to run to be Florida's next governor.  He spoke about his plans leading up to the primary elections and what he hopes to accomplish should he become Florida's next governor.

WLRN reporter Nadege Green joined the program to speak about gun violence in local communities.  She has covered gun violence in local communities for several years and provided insight on how the local conversation surrounding guns is different than the one that occurs after a mass shooting.