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IDignity Awarded State Grant


An Orlando non-profit that helps the homeless get identification documents is celebrating a $50,000 state grant. The money will help about 400 clients of iDignity get their IDs.
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Spotlight

Spotlight: Incandescence- The Nightwalker Festival


Incandescence- The Nightwalker Festival is a glow in the dark art festival featuring music, vendors and a mural painting competition. 90.7’s Nicole Creston spoke to festival organizer Troy Gregory about the festival, and about his struggles with homelessness.
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Local News

Intersection: TEDxOrlando


TEDx Orlando returns after a year off. TEDx board members Ron Ben Zeev and Melissa Koch join us to outline the themes for this weekend’s conference: growth, conflict and identity.
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John Morgan. Image: still from a video on Morgan’s twitter feed.
Local News

Intersection: John Morgan Finds An Unlikely Ally In Roger Stone


Attorney John Morgan isn’t happy with the decision the legislature took on medical marijuana. He says he’ll sue over the smoking ban. Political commentators Dick Batchelor and Frank Torres weigh in on the threatened lawsuit, and Morgan’s alliance with President Trump’s adviser Roger Stone in a bid to get marijuana decriminalized.
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Intersection

Intersection: Rules For Implementing Medical Marijuana


The clock is running out for the Florida Department of Health to figure out the rules on medical marijuana use. Lawmakers approved a bill in special session to implement the constitutional amendment and the deadline for those rules is July 3rd. Intersection looks at the road ahead for medical marijuana: what it means for patients and growers in the Sunshine state.
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Immigration Attorney Raquel Santiago.
Local News

Undocumented Pulse Survivors In Legal Limbo


Some of the undocumented immigrant survivors of the Pulse tragedy are in legal limbo. They’re trying to get a visa under a special category- for victims of crimes who assist law enforcement in investigations. Immigration Attorney Raquel Santiago is helping out one person from Honduras and another from Guatemala.
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