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MIAMI HERALD: Candidates for Miami-Dade mayor pledge not to raise property taxes if they win

Levine Cava branded the Penelas call for a new bond program as a promise “to raise taxes.” Bovo and Suarez both said they oppose a new bond program for climate-change projects.
Though she’s made resiliency toward climate change a central part of her campaign, Levine Cava said she’s not backing the kind of bond campaign that could raise billions in new money for the effort.

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MIAMI HERALD: Will next Miami-Dade mayor ask voters to fund climate projects? One candidate says yes

Alex Penelas said Wednesday he would ask voters to approve major projects to protect Miami-Dade from the effects of climate change if he’s elected mayor …

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FLORIDA POLITICS: Daniella Levine Cava comes up tops in mayoral poll

Miami-Dade County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava may be feeling the winds of fortune behind her back. An independent poll shows Levine Cava is narrowly ahead of Miami-Dade …

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MIAMI NEW TIMES: Mayoral Candidates Promise an Immigrant-Friendly Miami-Dade

Levine Cava and Suarez were two of the three commissioners who voted against Gimenez’s order in 2017. Levine Cava said she thought the policy was unconstitutional and wrong and that she would work to reverse it. Similarly, Levine Cava said she would challenge a Florida law on federal immigration enforcement that bans sanctuary cities and requires local governments and police departments to “support the enforcement of federal immigration law.”

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WSVN: Miami-Dade Mayor candidates deliver pitches amid early elections

“I have 40 years of experience running organizations that has given me the experience to move forward with efficiency, results and compassion,” said Democratic Miami-Dade County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava.

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MIAMI’S COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER: Commissioner Levine Cava partners with NAMI Miami-Dade County and Health Foundation of South Florida to bring mental health awareness and solutions to parents, caregivers and youth

In response to the rise of mental health conditions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, County Commissioner Levine Cava is partnering with the National Alliance …

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SOUTH FLORIDA CARIBBEAN NEWS: South Florida Regional Planning Council Secures Funding for COVID-impacted Business

“We are delighted to stand with the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration to secure and provide critically needed financial resources to South Florida’s small businesses who have been devastated as a result of the coronavirus pandemic,” said Miami-Dade County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava, Chair of the South Florida Regional Planning Council.

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MIAMI HERALD: They guard the airport and Metrorail, but their sick leave isn’t paid — even with COVID

An effort to ensure paid leave proposed by Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava was shot down in May by several county commissioners, including Commissioner Esteban “Steve” Bovo, who compared the request to the economic mandates that exist under communism. Both commissioners are running for Miami-Dade mayor.

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