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The Matt Burke Band. Photo: MattBurkeBand.com
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Intersection Sessions: Matt Burke


Matt Burke of the Deland-based Matt Burke Band moved from DeLand to Chicago. When he came back, he brought some Chicago Blues with him. He joins us to discuss music influences and bringing Chicago Blues to the Sunshine State.
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Stop Separating Immigrant Families Press Conference and Rally, June 5th, 2018 Chicago, Illinois. Photo: Charles Edward Miller.  via creative commons
Local News

Intersection: Separating Families and Trump’s Executive Order


Following an outcry over the Trump administration’s zero tolerance immigration policy that’s separated children from their parents at the Southern US border, President Trump signed an executive order that he says ends family separation. We’re joined by Orlando Immigration attorney John Gihon to discuss what this means for undocumented immigrants including children in detention.
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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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