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June 22, 2015: Florida Power And Light Customers Could Fund Fracking In Other States

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

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5:04 -- Gov. Rick Scott didn't get everything he wanted in the state budget, but he's praising lawmakers' work anyway.

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4:34 -- The man who landed a gyrocopter near the U.S. Capitol has rejected a plea deal.

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4:04 -- Environmental activists want to make campaign donations from sugar companies politically toxic.

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1:04 -- A new report from the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting finds differences between the way two state agencies respond to climate change.

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10:04 Broward County is joining Miami-Dade in exploring the possibility of reducing sentences for possession of small amounts of marijuana.

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9:04 Applicants who want to open a charter school in Florida could have to reveal their ties to other charter schools.
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8:43 Florida just finished the first year of one of the biggest experiments in U.S. education. Every grade in every public school used new math and language arts standards which outline what students should know each year. The new standards are in place now in 42 states. Most places call them "Common Core," but here, they're "the Florida Standards."

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8:30 The Florida Supreme Court has ordered that Broward Circuit Judge Laura Marie Watson be removed.
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8:20 A Boca Raton police officer has been fired after an internal investigation determined he violated at least eight department policies.
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8:04 Environmentalists are attacking Florida sugar growers after failing to persuade state leaders to buy US Sugar land south of Lake Okeechobee for Everglades restoration.
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7:43 A new investigation pulls back the curtain on an unlikely international money laundering squad in Florida.
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7:30 The Florida Center for Investigative Reporting has a new report that shines light on state agencies and the way they approach climate change. The report looks at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's efforts to address climate change with those of the Department of Environmental Protection.
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7:20 A Florida Highway Patrol trooper could face disciplinary measures after state investigators agreed he used excessive force during a traffic stop.
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7:04 Broward County is joining Miami-Dade in exploring the possibility of reducing sentences for possession of small amounts of marijuana.

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6:43 Florida just finished the first year of one of the biggest experiments in U.S. education. Every grade in every public school used new math and language arts standards which outline what students should know each year. The new standards are in place now in 42 states. Most places call them "Common Core," but here, they're "the Florida Standards."
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6:30 The Florida Supreme Court has ordered that Broward Circuit Judge Laura Marie Watson be removed.
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6:20 As the special legislative session neared an end on Friday, Florida Congressman Patrick Murphy came to the capital in Tallahassee to call for health-care reform.
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6:04 Florida Power and Light customers could foot the bill for fracking operations - in Oklahoma.