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Intersection Sessions: E-Turn


Orlando hip hop artist E-Turn grew up in Florida, listening to artists like Ludacris, A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul. But she would also listen to her father’s classical Persian singing, and she says you can hear those influences in her music.
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Intersection: State Attorney Aramis Ayala Faces Budget Cuts


More than $1 Million was cut from the Orange and Osceola County State Attorney’s office budget after prosecutor Aramis Ayala announced she would not seek the death penalty. 90.7’s Renata Sago joins Intersection to talk about what the budget cuts mean to the state attorney’s office, along with Republican state representative Scott Plakon.
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Intersection: FAA Re-authorization Bill


After David Dao was dragged off a United Airlines Flight back in April, lawmakers called on airlines to improve their treatment of passengers. While there may be some fighting over who controls the skies both the House and the Senate say they want to make the experience for passengers smoother.
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