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11:38 am
Wed June 25, 2014

June 25, 2014: DCF Under Fire, Orlando Mayor Supports Gay Marriage

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

6:30 Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi plans to keep fighting lawsuits challenging the state's ban on gay marriage.
5:30 Integrity Florida, a state watchdog group, talks to us about financial disclosures, blind trusts, and a corruption tax.

5:04 Charlie Crist is revealing more about his finances.
4:30 During this World Cup the planet is fixated on Brazil. But even here in South Florida some of us barely know the country that's Miami's No. 1 trading partner. We'll hear from Brazilians in South Florida in this special report.
4:04 Attorney General Pam Bondi wants to intervene in two more cases challenging the state's constitutional ban on gay marriage.
1:04 Funding for Miami-Dade County libraries is in danger again.
11:04 DCF has responded to widespread criticism of how it has handled child deaths by launching a new web site to track child deaths and make them public.

10:04 Florida lawmakers are playing a key role in helping to reshape the Veterans Administration.

9:30 How financial disclosures, blind trusts, and a “corruption tax” factor into this year's governor's race.

9:04 A divided Florida Supreme Court says it will settle a dispute over secret evidence used at a trial to decide whether legislators broke the law when drawing up new political maps.

8:34 The planet is fixated on Brazil during the World Cup. But what does it mean to be Brazilian?

8:04 DCF has responded to widespread criticism of how it has handled child deaths by launching a new web site to track child deaths and make them public.

7:34 How financial disclosures, blind trusts, and a “corruption tax” factor into this year's governor's race.

7:04 The Florida supreme court has waded into a case about redistricting -- again.

6:34 The planet is fixated on Brazil during the World Cup. But what does it mean to be Brazilian?
6:04 How South Florida's recession could have hurt more.

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