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More than 50,000 Haitians are in the U.S. under Temporary Protected Status, an immigration designation that lets them work and live in the U.S. until Haiti is deemed safe to return.
Mario Ariza / May 23, 2017
Here’s how to reach out to your legislators to reinstate funding to the New World School of the Arts.
Roshan Nebhrajani / April 28, 2017
We voted for it. So why is the legislature moving slower than a bunch of high school kids on 4/20?
Roshan Nebhrajani / April 19, 2017
We put all our energy into multimillion dollar recreational projects, and ignore all the small fixes that could make Miami safer in the meantime.
Ariel Zirulnick / April 16, 2017
Michael Sarasti’s job is to make government easier for residents. He’s starting with the dreaded permitting process.
Ariel Zirulnick / April 12, 2017
Jasmin Sibai, a Miami native born to Cuban and Syrian parents, has spent the last several years scrambling to bring her family in Syria to the U.S. Then the refugee ban happened.
Mario Ariza / April 9, 2017
The Constitutional Review Commission is in town to hear your ideas for amendments.
Roshan Nebhrajani / April 4, 2017
A grant from the National Endowment for the Arts is among the most prestigious in the arts world. But President Trump has proposed eliminating it entirely.
Ariel Zirulnick / March 29, 2017
Sky-high prices in Wynwood are pushing restaurants, galleries, and artists into Allapattah, the heart of Miami’s Dominican community.
Mario Ariza / March 22, 2017
His policy director, Leah Weston, noticed all the male pronouns in the City of Miami code of ordinances while researching the role of the city attorney – the only woman on the dais at commission meetings.
Ariel Zirulnick / March 21, 2017