Gov. Carney Not Yet Able to Take Action on Convicted Auditor McGuiness; Senate Leaders Respond

Delaware Governor John Carney, D-Del. said Tuesday that one more step is needed before he can take any action regarding convicted Auditor of Accounts Kathy McGuiness, D-Del.In a statement from the Governor’s office Tuesday, reference was made to Article XV, Section 6 of the Delaware Constitution, which addresses the removal of any public officer convicted…

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Del. State Sen. Darius Brown Regains Committee Assignments

A state lawmaker from Wilmington has been reinstated as chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee and as a member of the Capital Improvement Committee.State Senator Darius Brown, D-Wilmington was found not guilty of misdemeanor crimes earlier this year.State Senate President Pro Tempore David Sokola, D-Newark said Tuesday that Brown now regains his committee assignments moving…

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Del. Legislative Leaders Announce Formal Review Of Constitutional Powers Regarding Auditor Case

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Leaders of the Delaware General Assembly have announced a plan for a formal review of its powers and procedures under two Articles of the Delaware Constitution regarding cause for removal of a public official. The Senate and House last week passed different concurrent resolutions asking for an advisory opinion from the Delaware Supreme Court. Now,…

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