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Home sweet barge. Cynthia and Warren Billings built this floating bungalow in Sanford. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE.
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Intersection: Downsizing To A Floating Bungalow


Some people downsize when they retire. Cynthia and Warren Billings went really small- from a 5000 square foot house in New Hampshire, to a 500 square foot home. It’s not just any home though- this house is on a barge, tied up at a marina on Lake Monroe in Sanford.
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Hal Kushner & Lynn Novick. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: The Vietnam War


Hal Kushner was a US Army flight surgeon who deployed to Vietnam in 1967. After his helicopter crashed, Kushner was captured, and spent more than five years in North Vietnamese prison camps. Kushner’s story is part of a new documentary series directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick that airs on PBS in September.
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A Florida bill would allow needle exchange programs to operate across the state.
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Intersection: Florida’s Opioid Crisis


The opioid epidemic is now a statewide public health emergency. In Orange County alone, heroin overdose deaths have spiked this year. So what’s driving the opioid epidemic, and with Governor Scott’s emergency declaration, how are health and law enforcement authorities responding? 90.7’s Abe Aboraya joins us along with Carol Burkett from Orange County’s Drug Free office to talk about next steps for combating opioid addiction in Central Florida.
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Image: Florida’s Capitol Complex, myflorida.com
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Intersection: Florida’s Budget Deal


Florida lawmakers have struck a deal on an 83 billion dollar state budget. They’ll be back on Monday to vote. So who were the big winners and losers? What’s in it for environmental programs, healthcare and education? And what about the cut to the Orange – Osceola County prosecutor’s funding?
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