South Florida NPR affiliate WLRN invited Florida Independent fellow Marcos Restrepo to take part in a panel discussion on its program, “The Florida Roundup,” and the show has graciously shared a link to the broadcast with us. Click on the player after the jump to listen to Marcos’ appearance. He discusses the last week’s primary results, Alex Sink, Rick Scott and immigration.

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