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Intersection

Intersection: Governor’s Race Update; Corcoran & Tourism Development; Johnny Reb


An FBI investigation into construction deals in Tallahassee could undermine the gubernatorial hopes of Democratic mayor Andrew Gillum. Meanwhile Republican speaker of the house Richard Corcoran hasn’t said yet if he’ll run for governor, but he’s making headlines taking on spending at tourism development councils. Political commentators Dick Batchelor and Chris Carmody join Intersection for an update on the race for the governor’s mansion and more in Florida politics.
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Intersection

Intersection: The Future Of DACA


What does the future hold for the children of undocumented immigrants in the US? Attorneys General in ten states want the federal government to phase out Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the program that started under the Obama administration that protects children of undocumented immigrants from deportation.
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Hurricane Andrew – Dadeland Mobile Home Park after passage of Andrew. Photo: NOAA’s National Weather Service (NWS) Collection
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Intersection: Remembering The Great Hurricane Of 1992


If you lived through Hurricane Andrew in 1992, you may remember the voice of meteorologist Bryan Norcross, who kept Floridians informed on their radios and portable TVs for nearly 24 hours as the storm devastated South Florida. Norcross reflects on Hurricane Andrew, and storm preparation in 2017.
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