Editorials

Editorials

Oval Office candidates ignoring Hispanics

More than 60 percent of registered Latino voters said tha, no campaign, political party or organization had contacted them regarding the November elections, according to the survey’s result. What a crucial mistake by both parties.

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Confront Russia’s cyber meddling

In recent weeks, according to private security experts and government sources, hackers associated with Russia’s government have carried out high-profile intrusions intended to weaken that public confidence and disrupt the U.S. election campaign. President Obama should do something about it.

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Congress fights for fair ticket pricing — thank you

Congress is moving forward with legislation that could improve the chances for the average person to be able to buy a ticket to a popular entertainment event — at as close to face value as possible, not the jacked-up prices set by greedy resellers who have been exploiting the public’s fun budget.

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Fifteen years later, 9/11 still with us

The fact is that 9/11 is not mere history, not a moment frozen in time, but a factor in current events. So is the detention camp at Guantánamo, which still holds 61 detainees and remains the focus of a bitter political controversy both in this country and around the world.

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U.S. public still offers support for free trade

Looking for some cheerful news in a truth-challenged political season, we found a nugget of encouragement: Despite all the negative rhetoric and bad-mouthing about free trade, the American public still has a surprisingly positive attitude toward globalization.

Editorials

Finally, a Miami-Dade coalition to battle youth gun violence

Reacting to the gun violence epidemic ending young lives, the coalition of government and law enforcement agencies, local nonprofits, and business and education groups, including the Miami-Dade public school district, this week unveiled its novel idea: using data to identify and help at-risk children before they fall into a cycle of violence and kill or are killed.

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Clinton’s solid plan for mental healthcare

The big-ticket item in Ms. Clinton’s plan is $5 billion for community health centers providing substance-abuse and mental-health treatment as well as traditional medical care, which jibes with elements of reform initiatives emerging from Congress.

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MPO Chair Commissioner Jean Monestime talks with the Miami Herald editorial board

Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Chair Commissioner Jean Monestime talks about goals for the planning board, which is charged with transportation planning for the county with the Miami Herald editorial board.
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