The first Brightline train sits at the West Palm Beach storage and maintenance facility.
The first Brightline train sits at the West Palm Beach storage and maintenance facility. Miami Herald File
The first Brightline train sits at the West Palm Beach storage and maintenance facility. Miami Herald File

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    Alberto Carvalho, superintendent of Miami-Dade County Public Schools says "Over my dead body shall anybody remove any child from the sanctity of our classrooms, from the sanctuaries that schools represent in our community," during a news conference with U.S. Representative Frederica Wilson and faith-based and community leaders who support extending Temporary Protected Status on Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017.