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Elections

Intersection: What You Need To Know About Voting By Mail


For the past year, the newsrooms of WMFE in Orlando and WUSF in Tampa have been covering this monumental presidential election from the I-4 corridor – one of the most important voting regions in the entire nation. Elections Supervisors Brian Corley and Julie Marcus join reporter Joe Byrnes and host Matthew Peddie for a conversation about voting by mail.
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Rev. Mary Lee Downey. Photo: Matthew Peddie. WMFE
Health

Community Hope Center Navigates The Pandemic


The pandemic has thrown up all sorts of challenges for businesses and non-profits alike- trying to navigate the healthcare crisis and stay afloat. But what impact does a pandemic – and a sharp recession- have on a non-profit that’s focused on affordable housing? 
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Zika has been confirmed in Osceola County.
Health

Intersection: Zika Virus Q&A


Zika has now reached Central Florida. Cases of the mosquito borne virus have surfaced in Osceola County, joining six other Florida counties. 90.7’s health reporter Abe Aboraya, Dr. Christopher Hunter and Dr. Federico Laham answer listeners’ questions on the Zika virus.
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