Opponents Of Gun Bills Criticize Process


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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Renewable Energy Initiative Benefits, Costs Addressed

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Delaware’s use of renewable energy would significantly increase under legislation introduced in the State Senate. It’s designed to expand the volume of energy generated from renewable sources to 40 percent by 2035. State Senate Minority Leader Gerald Hocker (R-Ocean View) told WGMD’s Mike Bradley some analysis shows that previous caps on utility bill increases to…

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GOP Leaders Take Issue with Plan to Begin Delaware’s State Legislative Session

Senate Minority Leader Gerald Hocker (R-Ocean View) and House Minority Leader Danny Short (R-Seaford) say a plan released late yesterday by the General Assembly’s Democratic leaders will blunt the ability of citizens to make their voices heard on controversial bills. Speaker of the House-Elect Pete Schwartzkopf and Senate President Pro Tem-Elect Dave Sokola, D-Newark, issued…

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