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June 21st, 2018 by Mike Vasilinda

Thursday, June 21, 2018

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Thursday, June 21, 2018
Jeff Greene Qualifies
Edius 1
Billionaire Jeff Greene has promised to spend what it takes to win the Governorship. He’s a Democrat who has little differences with others in the primary, but as Mike Vasilinda tells us, his money will set him apart.
Supers: Tallahassee
0:07-0:11 Courtesy Jeff Greene
0:12-0:24 Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
0:30-0:36 Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
0:40-0:49 Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
0:54-1:01 Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
1:02-1:09 Mike Vasilinda Standup
1:10-1:18 Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
Runs 1:29
Anchor tag: Greene says he will take no special interest or PAC money and is limiting individual contributions to one hundred dollars. State law allows contributions of up to three thousand dollars in the gubernatorial race.
Jeff Greene Package Script
Jeff Greene flew to the Capitol on his private jet to qualify for Governor. At 15 his parents lost everything. His mother waited tables at the Breakers in Palm Beach.
Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
“I was a busboy during college at the Breakers Hotel. I was clearing those dirty dishes too. I worked three jobs, and let me tell you something, when I’m Governor, I’m going to make sure every busboy in Florida can have the same dreams I had, and maybe they’ll be flying around in a private jet too.”
When his parents lost their business, Greene stayed behind with relatives in Massachusetts.
Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
“Why? Because I heard the schools in Florida were not good enough to get me into a top university.That’s what I heard in 1970.”
Now he says every child deserves a chance to succeed.
Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
“So, two years of Universal Pre-K education. It can’t be tied to your good fortune of being born in a wealthy zip code. Every child deserves to get a good education.”
Greene would ban AR-15 style rifles.
Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
“If they want to fire, you know, 50 round guns, and go off fifty rounds in a minute, or fly fighter jets, join the military, but not on our streets.”
Mike Vasilinda Standup
“Greene is pushing the same progressive agenda as other Democrats. He says he’s in the race for two reasons: They haven’t caught fire, and they need his money.”
Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
“We have not had the funds to compete with this Republican onslaught. This Republican amount of money thats been two to three times what we’ve been able to spend.”
Greene has already pledged to give half his 3.3 billion away…or at least half of what’s left after the Governors race.
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Thursday, June 21, 2018
Homestead
Edius 1
Anchor Lead
Florida Democratic Gubernatorial candidates are showing a rare bit of unity, announcing they will march together in Homestead on Saturday to protest the housing of immigrant children. But as Jake Stofan tells, the future for an estimated 2,300 children separated from their families remains uncertain.
Supers:
0:15-0:24 Mark Schlakman
Human Rights Attorney/ Immigration Expert
0:31-0:42 Andrew Gillum
(D) Tallassee Mayor, Gubernatorial Candid
0:42-0:52 Mark Schlakman
Human Rights Attorney/ Immigration Expert
1:02-1:09 Andrew Gillum
(D) Tallassee Mayor, Gubernatorial Candid
1:09-1:18 Jake Stofan
Runs: 1:29
Anchor Tag
It’s believed there are an additional 174 separated children housed throughout Florida, aside from those in the Homestead facility.
Homestead Package Script
Video provided by the Department of Health and Human Services shows the first glimpse into the conditions at the 1,200 bed Homestead facility housing immigrant children. At least 94 children housed there were separated from their families while crossing the boarder.
SOT Mark Schlakman
Human Rights Attorney/ Immigration Expert
“They’re already fleeing some form of persecution and trauma and this certainly was another layer that the U.S. Government inflicted upon them.”
While President Donald Trump ordered an end to the practice of separating families, the future for those already separated remains uncertain.
SOT Andrew Gillum
(D) Tallassee Mayor, Gubernatorial Candidate
“Will those 2,000 families be reconnected to their loved ones? Do we know where their loved ones are? This is a total absence of moral leadership in my opinion.”
SOT Mark Schlakman
Human Rights Attorney/ Immigration Expert
“It would be reasonable to presume that there would be some effort to reunite these young children with their families.”
Three Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates confirmed on Twitter that they plan to march together outside the facility this weekend.
Candidate Andrew Gillum also plans to attend.
SOT Andrew Gillum
(D) Tallassee Mayor, Gubernatorial Candidate
“For me personally it was hard to shake the images of these kids being torn away from their family members. It’s not who we are as a country.”
Jake
“The future is also uncertain for more than 1,000 teenagers also being housed at the Homestead facility, many of whom crossed the boarder unaccompanied seeking asylum.”
While Gubernatorial candidates march outside, U.S. Senator Bill Nelson will be inside the facility speaking with the children housed there as well as staff.
Internet Sales Taxes VOSOT
The U-S Supreme Court today cleared the way for states to collect sales tax from out of state internet vendors. A previous decision made before computers were commonplace banned the collection. Some estimates suggest Florida could be losing as much as a billion dollars a year. James Miller with the Florida Retail Federation says the decision will go along way to stabilizing brick and mortar retailers.
Sot: James Miller
Florida Retail Federation
“Online has had such a competitive advantage. You know, when you’re not paying six, seven percent, especially on those big ticket items, so that can be significant savings, so people are going to use those sights rather than some of the Florida based ones. So this is great news. We’re excited by it. Again, level playings field. Everyone’s playing by the same rules. And because of that competition and innovation is are going to determine who succeeds, not who ever’s paying taxes and not paying taxes.
State law already requires residents who buy out of state merchandise to voluntarily pay sales tax, but few do. Enacting internet collection will require an act of the Legislature.
Capitol News Service Feed
Thursday, June 21, 2018
Homestead
Edius 1
Anchor Lead
Florida democratic Gubernatorial candidates are showing a rare bit of unity, announcing they will march together in Homestead on Saturday to protest the housing of immigrant children. But as Jake Stofan tells, the future for an estimated 2,300 children separated from their families remains uncertain.
Supers:
0:00-0:11 Jake Stofan
0:11-0:22 Andrew Gillum
(D) Tallassee Mayor, Gubernatorial Candidate
0:32-0:39 Andrew Gillum
(D) Tallassee Mayor, Gubernatorial Candidate
0:39-0:51 Jake Stofan
Anchor Tag
It’s believed there are an additional 174 separated children housed throughout Florida, aside from those in the Homestead facility.
Homestead LOOK LIVE Script
Look Live in
“While President Tump’s executive order halted the practice of separating children and families crossing the boarder it didn’t address those who have already been separated, including those housed in the facility in Homestead.”
SOT Andrew Gillum
(D) Tallassee Mayor, Gubernatorial Candidate
“Will those 2,000 families be reconnected to their loved ones? Do we know where their loved ones are? This is a total absence of moral leadership in my opinion.”
Three Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates confirmed on Twitter that they plan to march together outside the facility this weekend.
Candidate Andrew Gillum also plans to attend.
SOT Andrew Gillum
(D) Tallassee Mayor, Gubernatorial Candidate
“For me personally it was hard to shake the images of these kids being torn away from their family members. It’s not who we are as a country.”
LOOK LIVE OUT
“While Gubernatorial candidates march outside, U.S. Senator Bill Nelson will be inside the facility speaking with the children housed there as well as staff.”
Capitol News Service Feed
Thursday, June 21, 2018
Jeff Greene qualifies
Edius 1
Billionaire Jeff Greene has promised to spend 200 million dollars or whatever it takes to win the Governorship. He’s a Democrat who has little differences with others in the primary, but as Mike Vasilinda tells us, his money will set him apart.
Supers:
0:00-0:10 Mike Vasilinda
0:10-0:17 Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
0:22-0:30 Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
0:34-0:42 Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
0:43-0:55 Mike Vasilinda
Anchor tag: Greene says he will take no special interest or PAC money and is limiting individual contributions to one hundred dollars. State law allows contributions of up to three thousand dollars in the gubernatorial race.
Jeff Greene Look Live Script: 
MV:” When Billionaire Jeff Greene’s parents business failed and they moved to Florida, he stayed behind and lived with relatives in Massachusetts because he didn’t want to go to Floridas Schools.

 

Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
“Why? Because I heard the schools in Florida were not good enough to get me into a top university.That’s what I heard in 1970.”
Now he says every child deserves a chance to succeed.
Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
“So, two years of Universal Pre-K education. It can’t be tied to your good fortune of being born in a wealthy zip code. Every child deserves to get a good education.”
Greene would ban AR 15 style rifles.
Sot: Jeff Greene
Gubernatorial Candidate (D)
“If they want to fire, you know, 50 round guns, and go off fifty rounds in a minute, or fly a fighter jets, join the military, but not on our streets.”
MV:” Green has the same progressive agenda as the other Democrats. He says he’s in the race for two reasons. They haven’t caught fire, and his money can make a difference.”

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