In today’s episode of This Day in Miami History, we revisit The United States Senate Special Committee to Investigate Crime in Interstate Commerce, or the ‘Kefauver Commission,’ which came to Dade County in May 1950 and began a path that would uncover corruption and revolutionize American politics and government.

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