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Last year, 1.7 million drivers license suspensions were issued in the state of Florida.
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Intersection: Hardship Licenses


Last year, 1.7 million drivers license suspensions were issued in the state of Florida. Some of those drivers can apply for a hardship license. But who’s eligible for a hardship license, and how easy is it to get one?
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Melissa Lucas. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Budget Cuts Threaten Prison Transition Programs


The Florida Department of Corrections is facing a $50 million budget gap in its healthcare budget. To make up for that gap, the department is making cuts to programs that tackle substance abuse, mental health treatment and re-entry into life after prison. Those cuts are being felt across the state, including at the Transition House in Kissimmee.
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Jameson Boyce. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Torment, The Musical


The Orlando Fringe kicked off this week. For some veterans of the theater festival it’s a return to familiar territory. It’s also an opportunity for artists to launch brand new works. Jameson Boyce who’s making his first foray into Fringe, joins intersection for a conversation about writing the score for a rock musical.
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Gilbert King. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Beneath A Ruthless Sun


Gilbert King won a Pulitzer prize for his book Devil in the Grove, a deep dive into the case of four young African American men who were falsely accused of rape in 1949. His new book, Beneath a Ruthless Sun, chronicles the story of another young man from Lake County who was railroaded for a crime he didn’t commit.
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A gun sits in a holster.
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Intersection: The Battle Over Gun Rights


Orlando has joined other cities signing a lawsuit that is suing the state over the right to set local gun regulations. Dr. Robert Spitzer of the political science department at State University of New York College at Cortland joins Intersection to discuss the lawsuit and how it can affect other states.
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