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6:57 am
Fri June 20, 2014

June 20, 2014: Florida reps on Iraq, Scott comes to Overtown and MIA to the Middle East.

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

6:30 Florida's unemployment rate is up slightly.
5:30 Fact checking claims related to medical marijuana isn't easy because so many of the claims are about what will happen in the future. We try to sort it out on WLRN-Miami Herald News.
5:04 Some Delray Beach residents are coming together to find ways to deal with rising sea levels.
4:30 Why don't all Miami-Dade bus stops have shelters?
4:04 Florida's unemployment rate is up slightly.
1:04 Miami-Dade leaders are looking for feedback on a proposal to move some libraries into public parks.
9:34 AM: PolitiFact Florida looks at alleged loopholes in the proposed medical marijuana ballot issue.

9:04 AM - Suntrust Mortgage may be sending millions of dollars to homeowners in Florida after a settlement regarding lending abuses.

8:34 AM: To shelter or not to shelter? That, it turns out, is a surprisingly complex bus stop question. The latest in our What's The Story? series.
8:04 AM - Part of George Zimmerman's law suit against NBC has been dismissed.

9:34 AM: PolitiFact Florida looks at alleged loopholes in the proposed medical marijuana ballot issue.

7:04 AM: A SunTrust mortgage settlement could send millions of dollars to Florida homeowners. Miami-Dade Officials discuss moving public libraries into parks. Florida launches a program to help foster children learn to drive.

6:34 AM: To shelter or not to shelter? That, it turns out, is a surprisingly complex bus stop question. The latest in our What's The Story? series.

6:04 AM: Florida's federal lawmakers respond to recent revelations about deteriorating conditions in Iraq. Governor Rick Scott brings the fight against human trafficking to Overtown. And Miami gets its first direct flight to the Middle East.