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Gerry Realin, left, was diagnosed with PTSD after responding to the Pulse Night Club shooting. Jessica Realin wants Florida’s workers’ compensation laws to cover the condition. Photo: Abe Aboraya, WMFE
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Intersection: A Closer Look At PTSD And First Responders

First responders in Florida with post traumatic stress disorder are fighting for expanded compensation benefits. 90.7’s Abe Aboraya and ProPublica senior editor Charles Ornstein join Intersection to talk about a special reporting project to explore the impact of PTSD on first responders. 
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Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood spoke to media in December 2016 before taking office. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Responding To Threats Against School Campuses

Volusia County sheriff Mike Chitwood says his office has investigated more than 30 threats to schools in recent weeks and arrested over a dozen students. Sheriff Chitwood and Stetson University constitutional law professor Louis Virelli join Intersection to talk about law around threats on social media, and the response from law enforcement.
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