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The Florida House adjourned three days before the end of the session.
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Florida Legislature In Limbo


The Florida House packed up early, saying they couldn’t work through a stalemate with the Senate over health care funding. A special session is likely as the two chambers were unable to pass a budget during the regular 60-day session. But the collapse of the regular session took down some big bills like water preservation and left other legislation like Medicaid expansion in limbo.
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Saigon Market, one of the Vietnamese markets in the Mills 50 district.
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A Culinary Tour Of Little Vietnam


Shopping and dining in the Mills 50 district offers a rich insight into the history and culture of Vietnam, and into the community here in Orlando. 90.7’s Intersection team caught up with Ricky Ly for a culinary tour of the neighborhood’s offerings.
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Under a South Miami resolution, the state would be split in two: South Florida and North Florida.
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Two Floridas? The Case For A Split State


South Miami officials want to break Florida into two states. They claim Tallahassee isn’t addressing the challenge of climate change. Central Florida is caught in the cross hairs – half of the region would fall into the state of “North Florida”, and the other half in “South Florida”.
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The live oak at Constitution Green, Thornton Park. Photo: Catherine Welch, WMFE
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Intersection: Constitution Green


When is a tree more than just a tree? What’s the price of preservation? How do you balance progress and ecology? 90.7’s Matthew Peddie joins news director Catherine Welch, Eric Rollings from the Soil and Water Conservation Board and Gregg Logan from the real estate consulting firm RCLCO to talk about the fate of the old oak tree on Constitution Green in Orlando.
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