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Fresh flowers and candles were brought to Pulse one year after the mass shooting./Photo: Catherine Welch

Intersection: Pulse Memorial

How do you create a memorial to the victims who lost their lives at the Pulse nightclub? It’s a process that takes time and for Barbara Poma gathering as much input from the community as she can.
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Pulse nightclub/Photo: Catherine Welch
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Orange County Gets Grant For Pulse Response

Orange County approved Tuesday a more than one million dollar federal grant to offset some costs from the Pulse tragedy. This is part of a larger eight million dollar Anti-terrorism and Emergency Assistance grant. Some of the money reimburses the county for setting up the Orlando United Assistance Center after last year’s shooting.
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Immigration Attorney Raquel Santiago.
Central Florida News

Undocumented Pulse Survivors In Legal Limbo

Some of the undocumented immigrant survivors of the Pulse tragedy are in legal limbo. They’re trying to get a visa under a special category- for victims of crimes who assist law enforcement in investigations. Immigration Attorney Raquel Santiago is helping out one person from Honduras and another from Guatemala.
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