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Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam. Photo: Matthew Peddie. WMFE
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Adam Putnam Weighs In On Immigration


Florida agriculture commissioner Adam Putnam says he wants more information about a South Florida detention facility for unaccompanied immigrant children. This week, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson and fellow Florida Democrat, U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, were denied entry to the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied Children.
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Yoseline Rodriguez (left) is going into her fourth year as a camp counselor and Alex Saunders (right) works as the Director of Communications for Hope CommUnity Center.    Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Hope CommUnity Center Summer Camp


This year is the 12th year a summer camp aimed at helping ease the burden on low income and immigrant families in Apopka is serving the community. The three-week camp is one program at Hope CommUnity Center and this year it’s open to families that were not already involved. Alex Saunders and Yoseline Rodriguez join us to talk about the camp and what the Kids Camp offers to kids and their parents.
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Naseem Miller and Silvia Foster-Frau. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Journalists Covering Trauma


Covering a traumatic event like a mass shootings presents a practical and psychological challenge that can stretch the resources of a newsroom and its reporters. The Orlando Sentinel’s Naseem Miller and the San Antonio Express-News’ Silvia Foster-Frau join Intersection to talk about the support network they formed- Journalists Covering Trauma.
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A Jetblue plane taxis over the APM track to the South Terminal. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Orlando International Airport’s Multi-Modal Future


Orlando International Airport’s new terminal – where airlines will begin service in 2021 – is designed to connect rail service to the airport. But how soon will trains roll into the terminal? Greater Orlando Aviation Authority CEO Phil Brown and senior director of Public Affairs and Community Relations Carolyn Fennell join us to discuss expansion plans and the future that airport leaders envision as a multi-modal transport hub for Central Florida.
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