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June 19, 2015: Budget Vote Set For Today, Lawmakers Honor Charleston Shooting Victims

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

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6:31 p.m. Florida Power and Light has just gotten permission to charge its customers up to 2.5 billion dollars over the next five years to pay for its new fracking operation in Oklahoma.
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5:44 p.m. Southeastern Guide Dogs in Manatee County has just launched a new volunteer puppy-raising group. They've teamed up with MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa to raise puppies for their Paws for Patriots program
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5:32 p.m. Florida's jobless rate slightly increased last month.
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5:04 p.m. Lawmakers will vote on a state budget tonight.
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4:44 p.m. Art sales could be painting a rosy picture of Cuba's economic future.
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4:32 p.m. Florida lawmakers are expected to vote on a new state budget and end they're contentious special legislative session.
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4:04 p.m. Florida's unemployment rate rose slightly last month.
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1:04 p.m. Filmmakers had forty eight hours to make a movie during the annual Miami 48 Hour Film Project.
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10:04 Florida Power & Light will now be able to move into the natural gas industry and put the cost on customers. Yesterday, the Florida Public Service Commission unanimously approved guidelines to allow the power company to invest in natural gas drilling at $500 million a year.

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9:35 Southeastern Guide Dogs in Manatee County has just launched a new volunteer puppy-raising group. They've teamed up with MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa to raise puppies for their Paws for Patriots program

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9:04 Officials of the Archdiocese of Miami are explaining Pope Francis' sweeping climate change encyclical as a call to cultural and moral revolution.

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8:43 Art sales could be painting a rosy picture of Cuba's economic future.

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8:30 Officials of the Archdiocese of Miami say they were "shaken and hurt" by a gunman's deadly assault Wednesday night on a Charleston, South Carolina, church congregation.

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8:20 New census data just published paints a picture of housing characteristics in Florida's four major metro areas.

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8:04 After worries about cuts to the program earlier in the year, legislative leaders agreed to pour $13 million into the Early Steps program, which serves babies and toddlers with developmental disabilities or delays.

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7:43 Southeastern Guide Dogs in Manatee County has just launched a new volunteer puppy-raising group. They've teamed up with MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa to raise puppies for their Paws for Patriots program

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7:30 Earlier this week, the Department of Justice announced what it says is the largest Medicare fraud sweep in history, and many of the defendants were from South Florida.

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7:20 A Nicaraguan folkloric dance company based in Sweetwater is celebrating eleven years of performing this week.

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7:04 Haitian rights activists rallied in Little Haiti Thursday to decry a Dominican Republic court ruling that could strip thousands born in the Dominican Republic of their citizenship.

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6:43 Art sales could be painting a rosy picture of Cuba's economic future.

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6:30 Officials of the Archdiocese of Miami say they were "shaken and hurt" by a gunman's deadly assault Wednesday night on a Charleston, South Carolina, church congregation.

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6:20 New census data just published paints a picture of housing characteristics in Florida's four major metro areas.

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6:04 The Florida House of Representatives spent Thursday asking questions and debating the state's $78.7 billion budget, and members of the House and Senate honored victims of the mass shooting in a South Carolina church.