Broward News

Morning Juice: Nearly a Wrap for Dunbar Village Case, While Case Against Commissioner Warms Up

This morning's news contains hope for justice and renewal.

  • Maybe we've chastised ourselves enough for our sybaritic ways prior to the housing bubble's burst. In the Miami Herald, Laura Figueroa tells of how Lauderdale Lakes owes its recent national acclaim for parks to its citizens' voting in 2005 to tax themselves for a $15 million bond for building new parks.
  • Ron Klein's health-care tele-town hall last night attracted about 300 listeners, reports Tony Man in the Sun-Sentinel. The congressman said he likes that the proposed reforms prohibit denying coverage for pre-existing conditions but still wants to see more cost control before he'll be comfortable giving it his vote.
  • WPTV has an interesting segment on memories Sen. Ed Kennedy made in Palm Beach. Video below:

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Thomas Francis