Ending Child Marriage in Delaware
Rally for the Delaware Equal Rights Amendment
Gulftainer, Port of Wilmington Revitalization
Closing the Wage Gap
House Legislators Oppose Immigration Executive Order


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Acknowledging that many women struggle monthly to purchase basic menstrual hygiene products, lawmakers announced plans Thursday to provide tampons and pads to students throughout Delaware. House Majority Leader Valerie Longhurst and Sen. Elizabeth “Tizzy” Lockman’s proposal would require all Delaware public and charter schools that serve students in grades 6-12 to provide menstrual hygiene products in half of their bathrooms at no cost to the students by the 2020-21 school year.


In light of recent criminal charges filed against a sitting Colonial School District board member, Rep. Paul Baumbach announced Monday that he would rework and file legislation to allow for the removal of public school board members.


DelDOT briefing from Rep. Larry Mitchell's community meeting on November 18.

A safe environment in which to cultivate learning should not be a luxury; it should be an expectation. Yet, this statistic still rings true today: one in five college women are sexually assaulted. Stepping forward to report an incident of sexual assault or harassment is harrowing and shouldn’t be made any more difficult. The DOE guidelines as written will not only cause additional barriers for victims, but it may actually deter them from reporting the crime in the first place. Live hearings, cross-examination and the extremely narrow definition of harassment are just a few of the concerns we have with these guidelines.