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Archive for Thursday, January 2, 2020

Intersection: A Closer Look At The US Constitution

https://wmfe-od.streamguys1.com/intersection/Intersection_010220.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThe US constitution is the supreme law of the United States of America… but how much do you really know about it and how much attention do you pay to the constitution day to day?  On this episode of Intersection we discuss this document that underpins life in America. Its a text that derives strength from its brevity, and yet the language also leaves room for interpretation, and we see lawyers and lawmakers grappling over its meaning today.  Well talk to ...
Published in Intersection Podcast

A Closer Look At The US Constitution

The US constitution is the supreme law of the United States of America, but how much do you really know about it and how much attention do you pay to the constitution day to day? Joining Intersection to discuss one of the founding documents of the country are Barry University associate professor of law Eang Ngov and University of Central Florida Political Science professor Aubrey Jewett. 
Published in Central Florida News, Intersection



From the Pages of Orlando Weekly: Florida Highway Patrol troopers will issue tickets to motorists that text while driving

Enforcement time is here. As of January 1st Florida Highway Patrol troopers will issue tickets, rather than warnings, to motorists they stop for texting while driving. The bulk of the texting-while-driving law went into place July 1, but, Lieutenant Derrick Rahming says, We never want anyone to learn the hard way, so we gave everyone six months to learn about this law. But, now come Jan. 1, its a primary offense and we are going to start issuing citations. Until now, Floridas law against texting while driving had been enforced as a secondary offense meaning motorists could only be cited for texting if they were stopped for other reasons such as speeding. But the new law made it ...
Published in Commentaries, From the Pages of Orlando Weekly