Legislation Introduced to Strengthen Medical Supply Chains and Boost U.S. Economic Resilience

The pandemic caused supply chain disruptions, which is why Senators Tom Carper and Thom Tillis of North Carolina have introduced bipartisan legislation that would authorize the President to engage in trade negotiations. Those efforts would then ensure that critical medical goods and services are delivered safely, swiftly, and efficiently to patients in the United States…

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Md. Introduces Supply Chain Resiliency Program

Maryland is looking to address supply chain issues and the impact they have on businesses and citizens. Governor Larry Hogan said Tuesday that the Maryland Department of Commerce in coordination with the Maryland Manufacturing Extension Partnership will form the Maryland Supply Chain Resiliency Program. Manufacturers will have the opportunity to learn and share best practices…

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2022 Del. Parks Passes, Surf-Fish Permits On Hold

Photo courtesy of DNREC - Fishing at Cape Henlopen State Park

The sale of 2022 Delaware State Parks passes and surf fishing permits is being held up by supply chain disruptions. The Department of Natural Resources said Wednesday that 2021 surf fishing permits will be valid at surf fishing beaches through January 31st. It’s not certain when the new passes and permits will arrive. Permits that…

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