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WPLG’s Glenna Milberg: Florida law bans gays from adopting, but protects right to beat a child

milberg WPLG-ABC 10 reporter Glenna Milberg has an interesting post on her blog, Milberg’s Musings, titled Who’s Your Daddy? From Milberg’s blog:

Florida law bans gay people from adopting children.  But it protects the right to beat a child with an object until he/she is black and blue.

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Hello Glenna I saw you do a live report from the location of the new Marlins stadium today. You said that any money to build the stadium over the $550,000,000 will come from the Marlins ? Can you tell me where that is written and did the Marlins pick up the additional $50,000,000 increase in the cost for the parking garage last week ? I do Not think so, I remember seeing the City of Miami Commissioners on TV moaning and groaning over paying for it, But of course most voted (like they will for future cost overruns) in favor of it Can you tell me where the information came from that made you make that statement to day ? Thank you Thomas Buyea, Miami

Hello Glenna I saw you do a live report from the location of the new Marlins stadium today. You said that any money to build the stadium over the $550,000,000 will come from the Marlins ? Can you tell me where that is written and did the Marlins pick up the additional $50,000,000 increase in the cost for the parking garage last week ? I do Not think so, I remember seeing the City of Miami Commissioners on TV moaning and groaning over paying for it, But of course most voted (like they will for future cost overruns) in favor of it Can you tell me where the information came from that made you make that statement to day ? Thank you Thomas Buyea, Miami

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