County commissioners in Miami are proposing to eliminate fares for the city's public transit system. The move would make Miami the only major American city where riders pay nothing. But it depends on voters approving a half-penny hike in the sales tax. John and Adaora speak with Larry Lebowitz, reporter for the Miami Herald and WLRN, and Majora Carter, an environmental activist in New
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