First item from business practices package passes House

The House today passed a bill sponsored by Rep. Dennis E. Williams intended to foster better communication among state agencies when it comes to verifying business and professional licenses.

This bill, House Bill 271, is about leveling the playing field and making sure businesses who try to skirt the rules when it comes to their required licensures do what they're supposed to do. 

House passes Paradee debit card fraud bill

The House passed legislation this afternoon from Rep. Trey Paradee that would update Delaware’s criminal code and broaden the “unlawful use of a credit card” statute to include debit cards and other types of payment cards. 

Prosecutors have encountered cases where the state’s credit card fraud law is not sufficient to charge and convict some defendants.

Bump, Set, Spike for Easter Seals!

Last weekend, House Democrats and Republicans squared off in their ninth annual Legislative Cup volleyball match as a part of the Easter Seals - Delaware & Maryland's Eastern Shore Volleyball Challenge. Through the years, legislators have raised more than $30,000 for a good cause.

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First item from business practices package passes House
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Bump, Set, Spike for Easter Seals!


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Comprehensive new legislation aimed at fighting the growing crisis of human trafficking has been introduced in the Delaware General Assembly.  The bill, introduced today, would enhance criminal penalties for those that engage in human trafficking and provide greater protections for victims of human trafficking.


The House Administration Committee released legislation Wednesday that would increase voters’ ability to cast an absentee ballot in elections.


Delaware will observe National Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at collection sites located throughout the state.

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