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Intersection

Intersection: The Battle Over Gun Rights


Orlando has joined other cities signing a lawsuit that is suing the state over the right to set local gun regulations. Dr. Robert Spitzer of the political science department at State University of New York College at Cortland joins Intersection to discuss the lawsuit and how it can affect other states.
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Valencia College – Transvaginal Ultrasound


Just last week, Valencia College in Orlando announced that it would permanently eliminate a practice that, while commonly practiced in medical training fields, makes most people cringe when they hear about it: Asking students to volunteer to give other students a chance to practice invasive medical diagnostic testing so everyone gets some real-life experience with the procedure. But when two female students attending school at Valencia sued because they claim they were told they’d face retribution if they didn’t volunteer to allow other students to practice transvaginal ultrasounds on them, the school quickly came under fire. The students say they were told that if they didn’t want to submit to having the internal ultrasounds performed on them as part of their course of …
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Gov. Scott Sues Feds Over LIP Program


Last week, Gov. Rick Scott announced that he plans to “take legal action against Obama” for refusing to commit to give Florida $1.3 billion to fund the state’s Low Income Pool program, which helps hospitals cover the cost of paying for uninsured patients who show up in droves in emergency rooms because they don’t have access to traditional healthcare services.
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