July 23, 2014: Affordable Care Act Tax Credits Threatened, Broward Schools Face Criticism
Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:
5:30 PM: WLRN introduces you to a new TV news magazine show many are calling the '60 Minutes of the Caribbean.
5:04 AM: Governor Rick Scott says there's been a lack of communication between federal and state officials regarding the influx of migrant children being sent to Florida. Loads of Palm Beach kids are dropping "X."
4:30 PM: WLRN bids farewell to the historic Jumbo's restaurant.
4:04 PM: A look at the "Freedom Summer," and the effort to get black Americans out to vote.
1:04 PM: The Venetian Causeway is in need of fixes without somehow cutting residents off from emergency services. A new law requires drivers to slow down or move over for garbage trucks as they would an emergency vehicle. And the National Traffic Highway Safety Administration pushes to prevent deaths from children being left in the backseat.
11:04 AM -- The state of Florida is going to court to try to recoup millions of taxpayer dollars given to a visual effects company that went bust. The lawsuit was filed against Digital Domain Media Group yesterday in St. Lucie County.
9:30 WLRN introduces you to a new TV newsmagazine show many are calling the '60 Minutes of the Caribbean.'
9:04 In tropical South Florida, it's safe to say that spraying for mosquitoes is on the to-do list for most counties. But one Miami-Dade city has found a loophole in a state law to keep the county's mosquito control department from over spraying.
8:34 WLRN bids farewell to Jumbo's, a legendary Miami eatery.
8:04 The state of Florida is going after a failed special effects company it gave millions of dollars to.
7:34 WLRN introduces you to a new TV newsmagazine show many are calling the '60 Minutes of the Caribbean.'
7:04 Charlie Crist is about to get millions of dollars to help in his run for governor.
6:34 WLRN bids farewell to Jumbo's, a legendary Miami eatery.
6:04 Some Obamacare insurance subsidies were struck down by one court but upheld by another during a tumultuous day for the Affordable Care Act.