22 in 22 Challenge for Vets
Investing in Delaware's Parks
Honoring Fallen Officers
Ending Mandatory Juvenile Shackling
Apologizing for Historic Injustices

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Jun22

Recognizing the need for more productive and targeted handling of young offenders, the House voted in favor of two bills Wednesday that seek to reform aspects of Delaware’s juvenile justice system.

 
Jun21

DOVER – The House gave final approval Tuesday to legislation from Rep. Ed Osienski and Majority Leader Valerie Longhurst that would close a serious federal loophole that annually allows thousands of prohibited persons to purchase firearms without passing a background check.

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The University of Delaware has announced that it is adjusting their policy regarding state-funded merit-based scholarships. Beginning with this fall's first-year students, UD will remove the Diamond State Scholarship and the Michael Ferguson Scholarship from their need-based financial aid equation. Rep. Kim Williams has been working with the university since October to resolve the issue after she was contacted by a Delaware family. Please see the full letter below.

We have read with deep disappointment the recent news that the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is requiring that Delaware electricity customers shoulder the bulk of the cost of a power line project on Artificial Island, despite Delaware customers receiving only a small portion of the benefits of said project. The House Democratic Caucus stands united in opposition to the FERC’s decision and urges the FERC to reconsider this ruling.