Closing the Wage Gap
House Legislators Oppose Immigration Executive Order
Celebrating Black History Month
AARP honors House Democrats
Honoring the 50th Anniversary of In Ren Gault


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House and Senate legislative leaders reached an agreement Sunday night that will maintain critical services throughout Delaware and restore funding to dozens of senior centers, assistance groups, fire companies, paramedics and other nonprofits. The deal includes restoring approximately $66 million in cuts to the fiscal 2018 budget, including the Grant-in-Aid bill, a $36.4 million package of grants to various nonprofits and volunteer fire companies. As part of the agreement, some previous funding reductions to county tourism, public education and various health and social services programs would be restored.


DOVER — After diligently working and gaining support for cannabis legalization over the past five months, Rep. Helene Keeley filed legislation Friday that would create a cannabis task force to give lawmakers more definitive answers on how the program would operate.   


Recently, news circulated that the EPA is investigating whether to add a polluted plume of groundwater in Newark to its list of Superfund sites. What might surprise many is that Delaware has had more than 20 Superfund sites throughout the state.

That’s why news that the Trump Administration wants to cut the Superfund program by 30 percent should alarm every Delawarean, regardless of political persuasion.

As an Operation Iraqi Freedom war veteran, I am fully aware of the qualifications a member of the U.S. military must possess in a combat theater. I know what it takes for our American military to be successful in these situations.