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February 24, 2015: Broward Reps Highlight County Issues Ahead Of Legislative Session

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard...

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6:30 -- Fort Lauderdale police say they are investigating an officer after he was caught on video slapping a homeless man.

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5:32 -- George Zimmerman won't face federal civil right charges in the death of Trayvon Martin.

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5:04 -- Fort Lauderdale city officials respond after a video shows a police officer slapping a homeless man.

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4:32 -- A federal court in Atlanta is hearing a Florida case about searching cell phones without a warrant.

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4:04 -- George Zimmerman will not face federal civil right charges.

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1:04 -- An early poll shows the presidential contest is a two-person race.

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10:04 A Fort Lauderdale police officer has been suspended with pay after a video surfaced on YouTube that showed him pushing and slapping a homeless man at a bus terminal.

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9:35 Some South Florida lawmakers are working to undermine what seems to be the growing push on Capitol Hill to normalize relations with Cuba.

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9:04 A new poll shows that, as of now, the 2016 election looks like it will come down to two well-known names.
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8:43 A coalition of media organizations is suing governor Rick Scott, claiming he's broken the state's Sunshine Laws.

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8:43 A coalition of media organizations is suing governor Rick Scott, claiming he's broken the state's Sunshine Laws.

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8:30 Advocates for child welfare are saying foster care admissions for children are up as much as 65 percent in South Florida.

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8:20 State Senator Rene Garcia wants to allow juveniles who commit a second minor offense to enter the civil citation program, rather than a detention facility.
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8:04 A week and a day before the opening of the Florida Legislative session Broward County lawmakers are trying to make sure that their county's home-grown issues aren't overlooked in the flood of statewide concerns.
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7:43 Some South Florida lawmakers are working to undermine what seems to be the growing push on Capitol Hill to normalize relations with Cuba.

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7:30 In the last public hearing before the legislative session, some of Broward County's legislative delegation pointed out key local issues they hoped to address in Tallahassee.

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7:20 A Fort Lauderdale police officer has been suspended with pay after a video surfaced on YouTube that showed him pushing and slapping a homeless man at a bus terminal.
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7:04 Advocates for child welfare are saying foster care admissions for children are up as much as 65 percent in South Florida.

2015-02-24_643843_LH.mp3
6:43 A coalition of media organizations is suing governor Rick Scott, claiming he's broken the state's Sunshine Laws.
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6:30 Advocates for child welfare are saying foster care admissions for children are up as much as 65 percent in South Florida.

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6:20 State Senator Rene Garcia wants to allow juveniles who commit a second minor offense to enter the civil citation program, rather than a detention facility.

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6:04 A week and a day before the opening of the Florida Legislative session Broward County lawmakers are trying to make sure that their county's home-grown issues aren't overlooked in the flood of statewide concerns.