The Florida Roundup
12:00 pm
Fri February 15, 2013

The State Of Florida's Union: Thirsty Marco Rubio And Spanish As A Second Language

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

Although Doral's City Council unanimously rejected the largely symbolic proposal to officially make Spanish its second language, Spanish is often a necessity for living in South Florida.
Although Doral's City Council unanimously rejected the largely symbolic proposal to officially make Spanish its second language, Spanish is often a necessity for living in South Florida.
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  • 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.

Host Phil Latzman speaks with Teresa Frontado of El Nuevo Herald, Rosemary Goudreau of the South Florida Sun Sentinel and Marc Caputo of The Miami Herald. 

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