Town Hall

Republican members of Florida’s Congressional Delegations have found themselves confronting angry constituents at recent town hall meetings. The move is part of a backlash from Democrats over the Presidential election. But how long will that anger last?

Florida’s Agency For Persons With Disabilities has finally gotten back into the black after about a decade worth of deficits. At a Wednesday meeting in Tallahassee, leaders grappled with how to stay that way.

One of the biggest cost drivers the agency faces is the Medicaid program—which supports people with disabilities and which agency Spokeswoman Melanie Etters says is in demand:

Tuesday's first-ever Leon County Virtual Town Hall meeting was a success, according to County Commission Chairman Akin Akinyemi.

During the two-hour meeting, broadcast live on the county's Web site, residents submitted 20 questions to Commissioners. There were so many questions that the commission had to throw out a planned agenda of presentations on various topics.