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Intersection: Why Cops Shoot

In 2014, Tampa Bay Times reporter Ben Montgomery had a question: how many times do police shoot people in Florida? Getting answers wasn’t easy. Montgomery talks about his investigation: Why Cops Shoot.
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Intersection: Gun Legislation Update

a slew of gun related bills were filed by Florida lawmakers this year, many of them by senator Greg Steube of Sarasota. Most of those bills seem to be stalled in the legislature with no chance of advancement. Trimmel Gomes, host of the Rotunda podcast, talks about what’s holding up bills to expand gun rights.
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Fishkind Conversation: What’s Wrong With Proposed Florida Budgets?

Last week the Florida Legislature passed competing budgets for the upcoming fiscal year beginning on July 1st. The Senate passed a $85.1 billion budget plan compared to the House plan at $81.2 billion putting the two $3.9 billion apart. Economic analyst Hank Fishkind dug into those budgets and shares a few of his thoughts with 90.7’s Catherine Welch.  
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