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Construction workers broke ground on the new stadium in 2014 and expect to complete by early next soccer season. Photo: Orlando City Soccer.
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Intersection: EB-5 Visas, State Legislative Races & Soccer


The Orlando City Soccer Club grabbed headlines when news broke that it’s luring foreign investors with green cards as a way to help build the new stadium in Orlando. Intersection talks to  Gonzalo Lopez Jordan, from the company that’s reaching out to foreign nationals who want a green card and have the cash to put towards this new stadium.
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Entrance to Wedgefield. Photo: Wedgefield Homeowner’s Association.
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Intersection: Wedgefield’s Water & Orlando’s ‘Fringe Festival’


Residents of the east Orange County neighborhood of Wedgefield have complained about the smell and taste of the water coming from their taps. Orange County’s test results found some by-products that could be harmful to resident’s health…but Pluris, the private water company servicing Wedgefield, said the results were flawed and called for re-testing. What was in those test results? What health impact could they have on residents? And what’s next for the water in Wedgefield? We’re unpacking the water issues in Wedgefield. Plus, a look at the 25th Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival.
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The $155 million, privately-funded stadium will accommodate 25,500 guests. Photo: Orlando City Soccer Club.
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Intersection: Rubio, Debary, Soccer & Homelessness


DeBary city officials talk to residents about a controversial mixed use development that could use conservation land. $500,000 could buy you a green card- and a stake in the new Orlando City Soccer stadium. And Marco Rubio stops in Orlando to talk Zika & heroin. Panelists Frank Torres, Rhetta Peoples & Pat Rice join Intersection host Matthew Peddie for the Friday news round table.
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This way to the Corpse Plant. Rollins College’s stinky plant drew nearly 5,000 curious visitors. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Wedgefield Water, Hospital Leaders & Corpse Plant


What’s in the Wedgefield water? An environmental engineer explains how water treatment can leave chemical compounds in the tap water. Three hospital CEOs talk through the new developments in hospital expansion, pricing transparency & new technology. And a visit to the star attraction of Rollins College greenhouse: the corpse plant.
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File photo: Florida Gov. Rick Scott
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Intersection: Trump & Florida, Rick Scott Vs. Jerry Brown, Puerto Rico, & Panthers


Can Donald Trump get Florida Republicans on his side? Will the growing chorus of Central Florida Puerto Rican voices persuade lawmakers to help the debt-stricken island? Is Rick Scott’s ploy to get California business to the Sunshine State a good tactic? And how can Florida protect its endangered panthers? It’s the Friday news round table with Frank Torres, Maria Padilla and Trimmel Gomes.
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