Del. Legislative Committee Hearings To Be Livestreamed


Delaware General Assembly committee meetings will be livestreamed when lawmakers resume the session in January, according to leaders of the majority Democratic caucuses.

Delaware Budget-Writers Could Look to Reserves


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.

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Delaware revenue estimates take another hit

The revenue expected to be available to state budget writers took a major hit Monday, dropping by more than $655 million in Delaware.

UPDATED: Gov Carney Signs FY 2020 Budget

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UPDATED – 6pm – Approved by the Delaware State Senate hours earlier, Governor John Carney has signed the $4.4-billion FY 2020 operating budget (HB 225).  As…

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DE General Assembly Passes Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban

Delaware lawmakers have approved House Bill 130 which deals with single use plastic bags.  Governor John Carney applauds the legislation and says he will sign the bill.  The…

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Democratic Lawmaker Introduces 15 Dollar Minimum Wage in DE


Delaware State Senator Darius Brown, a Democrat from Wilmington has introduced legislation that would increase the First State’s minimum wage to 15 dollars an hour. In introducing the…

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Governor Hogan Vetoes Numerous Bills, Including Handgun Board Repeal


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…

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Delaware Lawmakers Look to Legalize Recreational Marijuana

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Lawmakers in the Delaware General Assembly have introduced legislation that would legalize the use of recreational marijuana in the first state for individuals 21 years or older. House…

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