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When it comes to religion, there’s been a rise of the "nones" -- those who consider themselves atheists, agnostic or non affiliated with a religion. A quarter of adults and even more millennials clocked in as a “none”. So what’s going on? Published in Central Florida News, Intersection
The Orange County Public Library System is expanding its English language programs. This as demand grows. Classes average about 20 to 30 students and are held at eleven library branches. ESL Specialist Jelitza Rivera shares more about the program she helped to structure. Published in Central Florida News, Education
The Trump administration has proposed radically expanding offshore oil drilling, but Florida's waters are "off the table." Leaders in California, New York, South Carolina and elsewhere noticed. Published in Environment, NPR News
Ten states have already asked the Trump administration to add work requirements to the popular health insurance program for low-income people. But many recipients are already working. Published in NPR News