Issues has responded to the community’s need for in-depth representation of local concerns for almost 30 years, bringing together local leaders and journalists to discuss the important topics facing South Florida. The weekly half-hour public affairs and news program provides the type of extensive and probing analysis that addresses the community’s continuous concerns.
On this week's program we discuss census redistricting and gerrymandering, the U.S. Senate panel approval of drilling off Florida's coast, and talk to former State Sen. Steven Geller on Florida Democrat's chances in the 2010 state races.
On this week's program we'll discuss local government and finances. In Broward County, the management of overtime pay by Broward Sheriff's Office has been put into question. And in Miami-Dade, the consideration of raising property taxes and the use of discretionary funds has left many wondering about the County's use of their funds. We'll also review the latest on the state races.
On this week's program we'll talk about the rising gas prices, the state of Florida's universities with new FIU President Mark Rosenberg and have a roundtable discussion on the highly contested Growth Management Bill.