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June 16, 2015: Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush Officially Enters The 2016 Presidential Race

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

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6:30 PM: A US Supreme Court decision on using subsidies at healthcare.gov could affect many Floridians.

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5:44 PM: The chief strategist for the Republican National Committee tells WLRN's Tom Hudson while it's mathematically possible to win the election without winning Florida, it's unrealistic that would happen.

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5:32 PM: Gov. Scott signs into law a tax cut bill.

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5:04 PM: Gov. Scott signed into law a wide-ranging tax cut package.

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4:44 PM: There's been a lot of bad news lately about the efforts to rebuild post-earthquake Haiti. But could the message be that smaller is better?

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4:32 PM: Gov. Scott moving quickly to approve a more than $400 million tax cut package.

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4:04 PM: The US Supreme Court will soon decide on Floridian's use of subsidies at Healthcare.gov

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10:04 TransArt is a month-long event happening in Miami Beach that showcases the work of transgender artists.

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9:35 Former Gov. Jeb Bush made his long-awaited announcement Monday that he's running for president. WUSF's Steve Newborn talks with University of South Florida political science professor Susan MacManus about how Bush will fare in his home state against another favorite son and candidate, Marco Rubio.

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9:04 Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush officially entered the Republican presidential field Monday.

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8:43 There's been a lot of bad news lately about the efforts to rebuild post-earthquake Haiti. But could the message be that smaller is better?

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8:30 It didn't take Jeb Bush long to make his first campaign promises as he seeks the Republican nomination for president.

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8:20 Four people were found getting off a makeshift boat along Hallandale Beach early this morning. They told authorities they were from Cuba and had spent the last seven days at sea.

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8:04 Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush ended the worst-kept secret in Florida politics Monday announcing that he's running for president.

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7:43 The chief strategist for the Republican National Committee tells WLRN's Tom Hudson while it's mathematically possible to win the election without winning Florida, it's unrealistic that would happen.

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7:30 Senator Bill Nelson says turmoil in the Florida Legislature is hindering a deal to bring aerospace manufacturer Blue Origin to the Space Coast.

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7:20 The Florida Education Association is continuing its fight against the state's private school voucher program.

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7:04 A wide array of tax cuts, providing savings on back-to-school shopping and on many cell phone and cable TV bills, is off to the governor, who is expected to sign the proposal.

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6:43 There's been a lot of bad news lately about the efforts to rebuild post-earthquake Haiti. But could the message be that smaller is better?

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6:30 It didn't take Jeb Bush long to make his first campaign promises as he seeks the Republican nomination for president.

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6:20 Lawmakers and environmentalists may end up in a legal dispute over Amendment One funds.

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6:04 Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush officially entered the Republican presidential field Monday.