Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush stunned Republicans when he stated that some illegal immigration can be considered an "act of love." We discuss this and how Bush might be angling himself for a 2016 presidential run.
[Air Date: 04/11/2014]
As of the March 31st enrollment deadline, the White House says that 7.1 million Americans have signed up for healthcare under the Affordable Care Act. The enrollment numbers were high in Miami-Dade, which has the greatest number of uninsured residents in the state. But is the debate over repealing Obamacare really over?
[Air Date: 4/04/2014]
The Miami Herald published an investigative series titled, "Innocents Lost," highlighting child deaths that may have been preventable with proper oversight from Florida's Department of Children and Families (DCF). How and what policies can be implemented to help keep Florida’s children safe?
[Air Date: 3/21/2014]
Although tourists may think otherwise, distracted by seven or eight miles of pristine beaches, Art Deco ornamentation and a stunning mid-winter array of tropical plants that are surprisingly green for March, being mayor of Miami Beach is no, well, walk on the beach.
But new Mayor Philip Levine is adjusting nicely to his now full-time role as mayor. He’s already made waves tackling big issues for the Beach, from the Miami Beach Convention Center renovation to combating rising seas to alleviating the surge of traffic on Alton Road.
And it’s only been a couple of months.
Miami Today reporter Nina Lincoff interviewed Mr. Levine at his City Hall office.