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OPD Chief Orlando Rolón spoke to Intersection via Zoom. Image: WMFE

A Conversation With OPD Chief Orlando Rolón About Police Reform

On Monday Orlando Rolón, the Orlando Police Chief, told the city council that the police department would ban chokeholds and no-knock warrants. It’s part of a range of reforms activists have been calling for amid protests sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody in May. Rolón joined Intersection to discuss how his department is responding to calls for reform. 
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Disney World Magic Kingdom Castle on 7/9/2020
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Disney World Reopening After Four Month Hiatus

Nearly four months ago, Disney World closed its doors as the coronavirus pandemic gripped the country. This weekend, two of the theme parks reopen. Seth Kubersky, Orlando Weekly columnist and co-author of the Unofficial Guides, tells 90.7’s Matthew Peddie that visiting the Magic Kingdom today is a very different experience, with reduced crowds and social distancing measures in place.
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