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Wed May 14, 2014

May 14, 2014: Gov. Scott Approves FPL Plan To Expand Turkey Point

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

631 PM Governor Scott and his Cabinet gave a quick sign-off on Tuesday to Florida Power and Light's plan to add two new reactors to its nuclear power plant at Turkey Point.
5:30 PM We remember the founder of the Key West Literary Seminar, David Kaufelt, who died over the weekend.
5:04 PM A lawsuit calls into question the use of blind trusts as an alternative to financial disclosure for state senators.
4:30 PM The Port of Miami hopes to take advantage of increased cargo traffic in our hemisphere from an expanded Panama Canal. But does a major cost dispute threaten the completion of that canal makeover?
404 PM Florida Senator Marco Rubio is among the most absentee U.S. Senators when it comes time for votes.
1:04 PM Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce discusses All Aboard Florida commuter train project.
11:04 AM -- A new police group is working to gang up on the gangs in Miami-Dade County; a rip current advisory remains in effect for South Florida.
10:04 AM -- A proposed high-speed rail service that would connect downtown Miami to Orlando's airport took center stage during a discussion in Miami-Dade yesterday.
9:04 Students and civil rights activists have asked Gov. Rick Scott to hold black and Hispanic students to a higher standard. The Southern Poverty Law Center and the DREAM Defenders were in Tallahassee this week to deliver a petition protesting Florida’s race-based academic goals, which feature lower expectations for some minority students:
8:34 The Port of Miami hopes to take advantage of increased cargo traffic in our hemisphere from an expanded Panama Canal. But does a major cost dispute threaten the completion of that canal makeover?
8:04 Governor Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet have approved a plan that would add two nuclear power generators to Turkey Point.
7:34 We remember the founder of the Key West Literary Seminar, David Kaufelt, who died over the weekend.
7:04 Students and civil rights activists have asked Gov. Rick Scott to hold black and Hispanic students to a higher standard. The Southern Poverty Law Center and the DREAM Defenders were in Tallahassee this week to deliver a petition protesting Florida’s race-based academic goals, which feature lower expectations for some minorities.

6:34 The Port of Miami hopes to take advantage of increased cargo traffic in our hemisphere from an expanded Panama Canal. But does a major cost dispute threaten the completion of that canal makeover?
6:04 Governor Scott and his Cabinet gave a quick sign-off on Tuesday to Florida Power and Light's plan to add two new reactors to its nuclear power plant at Turkey Point.