South Florida Roundup

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Each week a panel of journalists from South Florida and around the state discuss the week in news. 

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The Week's Top Florida News: Dolphins And Diplomas

Apr 26, 2013

Join us Friday at noon on 91.3 FM WLRN for an hour's discussion on the week's headlines, including:

Florida Roundup: Gun Control, Medicaid, Venezuela

Apr 19, 2013
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Join us for an hour of conversation about the week's news on The Florida Roundup, live at noon on WLRN:

Join us for an hour of conversation about the week's news on The Florida Roundup, live at noon on WLRN.  Here's what we're watching:

Join us for an hour of conversation about the week's news on The Florida Roundup, live at noon today on 91.3FM WLRN:

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On The Florida Roundup, here are some of the items on our rundown:

Join us for a conversation about the week's news on The Florida Roundup, live at noon, for an all-staff show during the pledge drive. 

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On the week's The Florida Roundup:

On The Florida Roundup, here are some the events that caught our attention:

Why Florida's Stand Your Ground Law Isn't Budging

Mar 1, 2013
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On The Florida Roundup, here's what we're talking about from this week's news:

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On the Florida Roundup, we have on the slate:

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On the Florida Roundup, we take a look at the week in news in our region and state:

  • As President Obama addressed the Congress and the nation, how is the state of Florida’s union?  From voting and gun rights to climate change, we take a look at what resonated here from the President’s speech.

The job of lobbyists is to improve the image of their clients.  But lobbyists themselves could use some PR.

Carl Adams, who was a Tallahassee lobbyist for 35 years and founded the Florida Association of Professional Lobbyists, thinks that the system - campaign finance laws and the prohibition on private deliberation - is flawed, not the people.   

We asked Adams why his profession is so maligned. 

How The Dolphins Stadium Won State GOP Votes

Feb 8, 2013
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On the Florida Roundup: The Dolphins jump the first hurdles in their quest for public money to upgrade Sun Life Stadium.  

Rising tides on your street - how sea level rise could cost our region millions

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On the Florida Roundup: New immigration reform proposals are put on the table in Washington. How could a path to citizenship be traveled in immigrant-rich South Florida?   Plus we get the latest update on the FBI raid of a West Palm Beach eye doctor with connections with U.S. Senator Bob Menendez, a sponsor of a bipartisan immigration reform plan.

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Florida is one of only 11 states that does not prohibit texting while driving.  Though state legislators have already introduced 3 texting ban bills for the upcoming session, similar bills have failed in the past several years. 

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