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¿Qué Pasa, LSNC? – Thursday, May 26, 2016

TRENDING TOPIC FOR WEDNESDAY, MAY 25TH: Improving transportation remains a priority for Miami-Dade County leaders. We leave you with an interesting perspective from someone who took advantage of public transportation for 30 days to move around Miami-Dade County. COUNTY UPDATE: Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez gave Jose Alfonso Almora a county update, on “A esta hora con Almora”  
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¿Qué Pasa, LSNC? – Thursday, April 7, 2016

TRENDING TOPIC FOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6TH: The trending item for yesterday did not come from South Florida, but rather from Gainesville, where a former elected official confronted Governor Rick Scott in a Starbucks. Quite an intense encounter – see tweets below. COMMISSIONER BOVO ON TRANSPORTATION: County Commissioner Esteban Bovo was on “Al Ritmo de Miami” on Radio  
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¿Qué Pasa, LSNC? – Thursday, March 24, 2016

TRENDING TOPIC FOR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23RD: Governor Jeb Bush’s endorsement of Ted Cruz was the talk of Spanish-Language radio in South Florida yesterday. We leave you with some analysis below. THE GOP NOMINATION: Republican Strategist Alfonso Aguilar discussed the Republican presidential nomination with Yoly Cuello, on “Noticias del Mediodia” onCaracol 1260AM. Aguilar highlighted the importance of former Florida Governor  
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¿Qué Pasa, LSNC? – Wednesday, March 16, 2016

TRENDING TOPIC FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 15TH: Results from Mega Tuesday are in, and now there are only three candidates left in the GOP race. We will bring you all the analysis on the voter turnouts in Miami-Dade and Florida in tomorrow’s newsletter. Finally, we want to congratulate LSN clients Alex Mantecon and Guillermo Vadell, whose  
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¿Qué Pasa, LSNC? – Tuesday, March 15, 2016

TRENDING TOPIC FOR MONDAY, MARCH 14TH: Mega Tuesday is here, with Primaries in Florida, Ohio and three other states for the GOP. The 15th of March is also the Ides of March, the day back in 44 BC when Julius Caesar was assassinated in the Senate by 60 conspirators, including some very close associates. That assassination marked a  
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¿Qué Pasa, LSNC? – Friday, March 11, 2016

TRENDING TOPIC FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 10TH: We never thought we would say this about a GOP debate this cycle, but last night’s debate was quite civil – thank you, candidates! In the meantime, Floridians from both parties will be making their decision on Tuesday, and so far in Miami-Dade, there have been 108,136 absentee ballots returned, or  
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¿Qué Pasa, LSNC? – Tuesday, March 8, 2016

TRENDING TOPIC FOR MONDAY, MARCH 7TH: Two important days are coming up for Floridians: Sine Die for the state legislature is scheduled to happen this Friday, and our presidential primary is exactly a week away. We leave you with an update on the legislative session from State Senators Rene Garcia and Anitere Flores. For all of  
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¿Qué Pasa, LSNC? – Thursday, February 25, 2016

TRENDING TOPICS FOR WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24: Super Tuesday is around the corner and everyone is trying to understand what impact those elections will have on Florida’s (ongoing) primary on March 15. We leave you with some analysis on Senator Rubio’s campaign. MIAMI-DADE COMMISSIONER REBECA SOSA ON SENATOR MARCO RUBIO’S CAMPAIGN: Jose Alfonso Almora spoke with Commissioner Rebeca  
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¿Qué Pasa, LSNC? – Tuesday, February 23, 2016

TRENDING TOPICS THIS WEEKEND: Red Light Cameras, or “Camaritas” as they are known in Miami-Dade County, may soon be a thing of the past, if the Florida House has its way. We leave you with some highlights on this topic. REPEAL OF RED LIGHT CAMERAS IN THE HORIZON: Bernadette Pardo spoke with State Representative Frank Artiles about  
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¿Qué Pasa, LSNC? – Wednesday, February 17, 2016

TRENDING TOPIC FOR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH: Travel to Cuba via direct flight from several U.S. airports will soon be a reality. The civil aviation accord signed between Cuba and the United States has left many in South Florida wondering when flights will being and whether cheaper air fares are in the horizon. GOVERNOR JEB BUSH  
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