The Bahamas will investigate Carnival Corp.’s release of half a million gallons of treated sewage dumped into its waters, following a U.S. report detailing environmental incidents while the cruise company was on probation.
MIA employees for a Delta and American Airlines subcontractor describe unsafe work conditions in a meeting with US Representatives Donna Shalala and Frederica Wilson, and Miami-Dade Commissioner Eileen Higgins.
The American Civil Liberties Union issued a travel warning for Florida. If the state Legislature passes bills banning “sanctuary city” policies, the ACLU warns visitors to the state could experience racial profiling, unjust detention, and deportation.
The Miami Beach City Commission voted in favor of restrictions to keep promoters from advertising events at South Beach bars and clubs during peak tourism periods. The new rules are part of a broader effort to tame the party atmosphere.
The U.S. Justice Department says in a federal court brief that the New Hampshire Lottery Commission has failed to demonstrate that it wouldn't be immune from 1960s law enacted to crack down on the mob.