Members of the Delaware Legislative Black Caucus Wednesday unveiled a package of legislation that addresses police procedures and systemic injustices the sponsors say have impacted people of…Read More
With Delaware state revenues flagging due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) economic disruption, there is a possibility budget-writers could look to two reserve accounts to bridge a shortfall.
The revenue expected to be available to state budget writers took a major hit Monday, dropping by more than $655 million in Delaware.
On Friday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced he would allow the remainder of bills from the 2019 General Assembly session to become law without his signature, vetoing…Read More
UPDATED – 8:30am – On the last day of the 149th General Assembly, state lawmakers were busy. While the FY 2019 budget was already passed, the…Read More