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September 17, 2014: Miami-Dade Moves Forward With Transgender Protections

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

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5:30 PM Lifting the veil on health care costs for workers like teachers

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4:30 PM El Salvador's harsh abortion law faces condemnation at home and abroad - and in Miami

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4:04 PM FSU QB Jameis Winston suspended...NASA selects Boeing and SpaceX for new space exploration contracts.
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9:30 Our series on the Power of Price in health care continues today with a story about how what you don't know can cost you.

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9:04 Minorities in Florida are disproportionately affected by long lines at polling places, according to new study.

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8:34 El Salvador's severe abortion law is being condemned at home and abroad, and Miami may be the preferred place for affluent Salvadoran women to escape it.

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8:04 Miami Dade commissioners rule in favor of protections for the transgender community.

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7:34 Our series on the Power of Price in health care continues today with a story about how what you don't know can cost you.
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7:04 A new poll shows Americans want tougher standards for becoming a teacher.
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6:34 El Salvador's severe abortion law is being condemned at home and abroad, and Miami may be the preferred place for affluent Salvadoran women to escape it.
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6:04 The Miami-Dade County Commission gave preliminary approval Tuesday to add transgender protections to the county's human-rights law.