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Mon June 2, 2014

June 2, 2014: Medical Marijuana Ballot Question Could Affect Outcome Of 2014 Election

  Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

6:31 Governor Rick Scott signed an historic budget into law Monday.
5:30 In less than a year, millions of US students will go online to take a new generation of tests. Find out what Florida schools are doing to make sure they'll be ready.
5:04 Palm Beach County leaders are considering building a connecting road between the Florida Turnpike and I-95.
4:30 Some residents of one of Miami's oldest neighborhoods say it's being threatened all in the name of progress.
4:04 Latino leaders from Florida are calling for the passage of the Voting Rights Amendment Act.
1:04 Hurricane season is now officially underway, and the head of Citizens Property Insurance says the state-backed insurer is in the best shape it's ever been.
11:04 What it takes to be a meteorologist

10:04 Last week the U.S. House approved sanctions against Venezuela, and now South Florida lawmakers are hoping the Senate follows their lead
9:30 How new online testing for Florida school kids might soon put internet gurus and tech wizards to the test

9:04 The NAACP is calling on state leaders to expand Florida's renewable energy use and make energy more affordable

8:34 How highway-building threatens the future of one of Miami's oldest neighborhoods

8:04 Monroe Udell, founder of the iconic Jaxson's Ice Cream Parlor in Dania Beach, passed away on Sunday
7:34 How new online testing for Florida school kids might soon put internet gurus and tech wizards to the test

7:04 Citizens Property Insurance CEO Barry Gilway says it's never been in better shape.
6:34 How highway-building threatens the future of one of Miami's oldest neighborhoods
6:04 Why students voting for medical marijuana could mean a better 2014 election for Democrats