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Hermine from space as it approached Florida on Thursday. Image: NASA Goddard MODIS Rapid Response Team

Intersection: Hermine, Space X, Politics

Hermine hits Florida, the first hurricane to make landfall in the state in 11 years. A SpaceX rocket explodes and political dust is settling following the 2016 Primary Elections. All this on 90.7’s Friday news roundup on Intersection.
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Intersection: Friday News Round Table

If the police catch you with marijuana, you’ll be arrested…but that could change in Orlando. Also, central Florida’s roads are jammed with frustrated commuters and confused tourists. Are we ready for driverless cars?
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The memorial would be treated as a bill and, if approved in the Florida House and Senate, would pressure Congress to help relieve Puerto Rico of its debt. Photo: Flickr.
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Florida’s Puerto Rican Lawmakers Ask Congress to Help Relieve Island’s Debt

Florida’s Puerto Rican state lawmakers are calling on Congress to help Puerto Rico consolidate its more than $72 billion in debt. Under a memorial proposed by 30th district representative Bob Cortes, federal officials would allow the struggling commonwealth island’s municipalities and public utilities to file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy. Current federal law prevents it.
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