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A Back-to-school Economics Lesson


Seminole County Public School students are back in class today, and kids in neighboring districts will join them next week.  This time of year impacts thousands of families – and the local economy.
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Intersection | Ballot 2014: Orange County Commissioner District 2 & 4


Orange County voters head to the polls this month on Tuesday August 26. The primary ballot will decided who will fill some vacancies in the Orange County Commissioner’s chambers and also ask voters to decided on Orange County charter amendments. 90.7’s Ballot 2014 coverage begins with a look at the candidates for District 2 and 4 for the Orange County Commission. Matthew Peddie talks with District 2 candidates Representative Bryan Nelson and Eatonville Vice Mayor Alvin Moore. He also speaks with District 4 candidates Attorney Euri Cerrud and Incumbent Jennifer Thompson.
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Nelson: U.S. Should Send Arms to Ukraine


Sen. Bill Nelson says he disagrees with President Barack Obama on how to help Ukraine. Unlike the president, Nelson supports giving the Ukrainians arms to battle pro-Russian separatists. The Central Florida Democrat will travel to Ukraine this week to try to ease tensions. Nelson says 20,000 Russian troops are at the Ukrainian border. But he says the Ukrainian military has surrounded two pro-Russian strongholds, Donetsk and Lugansk. The senator says the question of whether to supply arms is a thorny one. “The trick, and this is the delicate balance for the president, is that you do this and it not be a provoking of President Putin to cause him to then come across the line.” Nelson says a new deal …
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