House, Senate Democratic Leaders Call For Indicted Auditor McGuiness To Take Leave Of Absence

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The leaders of the Delaware State Senate and State House Democratic Caucuses are encouraging State Auditor Kathy McGuiness to take a leave of absence as she faces criminal charges. McGuiness was indicted Monday, and has claimed she is innocent of all charges. The following statements were released by the Democratic Caucuses Wednesday evening: Delaware Senate…

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Opponents Of Gun Bills Criticize Process

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Two gun-related bills have passed in the Delaware State Senate, but opponents and critics Thursday continued to question their constitutionality. They have also spoken out about the process that led to their passage. One bill would a permit and training to purchase a handgun. The other would outlaw sale of large-capacity magazines capable of holding…

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2 Del. Bills Touted As Gun Safety

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Two bills were introduced in the Delaware State Senate Thursday that the sponsors said would “promote responsible gun ownership” and “reduce the firepower capability of deadly weapons.” Senate Bill 3 would require a permit and firearms training before the purchase of a handgun. Senate Bill 6 would outlaw large capacity magazines capable of holding more…

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Del. Lawmakers To Continue With Virtual Sessions

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The Delaware General Assembly will continue to meet virtually when the House and Senate return next Tuesday March 9th. Senate President Pro Tem David Sokola, D- Newark, and House Speaker Pete Schwartzkopf, D- Rehoboth Beach, made the announcement Tuesday. Lawmakers have been meeting virtually since the start of the session, with some choosing to go…

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Del. Special Sessions Planned To Deal With Redistricting

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The Delaware General Assembly will hold several special session days in the fall to deal with redistricting, which happens every ten years after the U.S. Census. House Speaker Pete Schwartzkopf, D- Rehoboth Beach and Senate President Pro Tempore David Sokola, D- Newark said Thursday that reports indicate Delaware might not receive its 2020 census data…

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151st Del. General Assembly Begins

Senator Sarah McBride took the oath of office Tuesday in Claymont, photo courtesy of Sarah McBride Twitter feed
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The 151st Delaware General Assembly is underway. New and re-elected lawmakers were sworn in virtually Tuesday. History was made in the State Senate. Sarah McBride (D- Wilmington) became the first openly transgender state Senator in the nation. “Every one of us is proud of our identities and the historic advancements our being sworn in today…

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DC Riot Prompts Concerns About Protection At State Capitols

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Delaware legislative leaders said Thursday that with the start of the new legislative session just days away, they are reviewing security protocols with Capitol Police and the Office of Safety and Homeland Security. In response to the invasion at the US Capitol, House Speaker Pete Schwartzkopf (D- Rehoboth Beach) and Senate President pro tem David…

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