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March 16, 2015: Fallout Continues After Investigation Into Scott's Climate Change 'ban'

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

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5:44 -- Parents speak up during a town hall discussion on education.

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5:04 -- Florida's online unemployment system doesn't get good reviews in a new audit, and Volusia County students are sickened by brownies spiked with hash oil.

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4:44 -- An update on the reaction to the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting's story about Gov. Rick Scott asking environmental officials to avoid the term "climate change."

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1:04 -- Barry University hosted a conference for transgender issues.

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9:30 This month, public television stations across Florida and the country will air "180 Days: Hartsville," a documentary looking at a rural South Carolina school district. The documentary shows how one of South Carolina's poorest school districts is also one of the best-performing. Tampa station WUSF held a town hall meeting at Clearwater's Artz 4 Life Academy last week to preview the film and talk about Florida schools. WLRN's StateImpact Florida reporter John O'Connor participated in the town hall.

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8:34 Florida's unwritten ban on the term "climate change" made headlines across the country last week.

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7:55 A transgender rights conference in Miami over the weekend called for more public education about trans issues.
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7:34 This month, public television stations across Florida and the country will air "180 Days: Hartsville," a documentary looking at a rural South Carolina school district. The documentary shows how one of South Carolina's poorest school districts is also one of the best-performing. Tampa station WUSF held a town hall meeting at Clearwater's Artz 4 Life Academy last week to preview the film and talk about Florida schools. WLRN's StateImpact Florida reporter John O'Connor participated in the town hall.
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6:56 With the backing of physician, insurance and consumer groups, a plan aimed at increasing the use of "telehealth" began moving forward this week in the Florida House.

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6:33 Florida's unwritten ban on the term "climate change" made headlines across the country last week.
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6:04 An investigation by the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting has put the spotlight on allegations that Governor Rick Scott's administration has an unwritten policy banning the use of the terms "climate change" and "global warming."