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Intersection: How Will Newly Arrived Puerto Ricans Affect Battleground Florida?

More than 200,000 Puerto Ricans have fled the island since Hurricane Maria, with many choosing to call central Florida home. Welcome centers at the airport and beyond have been helping new arrivals with housing, health care and employment. Step one is rebuilding their lives. But already some community organizers, politicians and others are wondering how these new arrivals will affect Florida politics.
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Local News

Orange County Trump Club Breaks Away From Republican Party of Florida

Florida’s largest registered club for Trump supporters has broken away from the state’s Republican Party. The Orange County Trump Republican Club was chartered in March under the Republican Party of Florida. Since then, its mission has been to maintain the momentum of election season and expand grassroots organizing ahead of the president’s re-election bid in 2020.
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Local News

Data Show Florida Has More Than 41,000 Pending Immigration Court Cases

Florida has more than 41,191 pending immigration court proceedings underway. New data compiled by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), a research organization out of Syracuse University which tracks federal agencies, show about 6,000 of those cases are in central Florida and the Tampa area, with the majority in Orange and Hillsborough counties. Miami-Dade County has 11,380 cases, the highest in the state. 
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Local News

Central Florida Congressional Delegation Steps Off Capitol Hill For Local Town Halls

Some members of central Florida’s congressional delegation are stepping off Capitol Hill and into their respective districts this week. The goal? To hear from constituents about issues that could be subject to sweeping overhaul under President Donald Trump’s new administration. The future of the Affordable Care Act has been a large concern for constituents across political affiliation. Immigration reform has sparked debate, as well, across party li
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