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WLRN: “Candidates For Miami-Dade Mayor Face Off In First Debate Of 2020 Race”

In the first debate of the 2020 Miami-Dade County mayoral race on Monday, five candidates expressed commitments to address sea-level rise and expand worker rights but also sparred over their backgrounds and ways to improve mass transit in the county.

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Florida Politics: “Second TV ad from Daniella Levine Cava to air during Democratic debate”

Miami-Dade mayoral candidate Daniella Levine Cava is releasing her second TV ad of the campaign Tuesday night, which will focus on housing affordability within the county.

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Miami’s Community Newspapers: “ConverPack celebrates roll out of 60 million paper straws”

ConverPack, Inc., cut the red ribbon to inaugurate its new 70,000 square-foot facility in nearby Medley, Sept. 12, as the company’s assembly line began rolling …

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Miami New Times: “Crippled by Low Wages, Miami Janitors File Labor Charges Against Cleaning Contractor”

While Miami’s booming real-estate market and nascent startup scene continue to draw attention for their steady growth, it’s South Florida’s low-wage service sector that’s actually created the most new jobs in recent years.

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WLRN: “Candidates For Miami-Dade Mayor Face Off In First Debate Of 2020 Race”

In the first debate of the 2020 Miami-Dade County mayoral race on Monday, five candidates expressed commitments to address sea-level rise and expand worker rights but also sparred over their backgrounds and ways to improve mass transit in the county.

Read More

Florida Politics: “Second TV ad from Daniella Levine Cava to air during Democratic debate”

Miami-Dade mayoral candidate Daniella Levine Cava is releasing her second TV ad of the campaign Tuesday night, which will focus on housing affordability within the county.

Read More

Miami’s Community Newspapers: “ConverPack celebrates roll out of 60 million paper straws”

ConverPack, Inc., cut the red ribbon to inaugurate its new 70,000 square-foot facility in nearby Medley, Sept. 12, as the company’s assembly line began rolling …

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Miami New Times: “Crippled by Low Wages, Miami Janitors File Labor Charges Against Cleaning Contractor”

While Miami’s booming real-estate market and nascent startup scene continue to draw attention for their steady growth, it’s South Florida’s low-wage service sector that’s actually created the most new jobs in recent years.

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