State Officials Finalize Recommendations for Next Phase of Vaccine Distribution

The Division of Public Health (DPH) has finalized its recommendations for the next groups of Delawareans who will be eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccinations under Phase 1b of the state’s inoculation plan.   These groups include frontline essential workers and persons 65 and older. Under federal guidelines, “frontline essential workers” are: firefighters, police, teachers, school support […]

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Election Audit Section of Delaware Code

Please note:  Julianne Murray had requested assistance with calls for contacting the “vote by mail/absentee” ballot voters from the 2020  Delaware General Election.  Some groups have also requested “Boots on the Ground” for places such as Georgia to prepare for the upcoming Runoff Election (s).    However, at no point to date has …The State […]

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Attack in Streets of America~RV Broadcast Evacuation Message Before Nashville Christmas Day Explosion: Police

BREAKING NEWS Emergency personnel work at the scene of an explosion in downtown Nashville, Tenn., on Dec. 25, 2020. (Mark Humphrey/AP Photo) CRIME AND INCIDENTS BY TOM OZIMEK   December 25, 2020 Updated: December 25, 2020 Nashville police were able to usher people to safety before an explosion rocked downtown Nashville on Christmas morning in what authorities […]

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DE’s Dependence on Federal Transfer Payments Growing

By Dr. John Stapleford Center for Economic Policy and Analysis   A major component of Delaware’s personal income is transfer payments, and the importance of transfer payments in Delaware is growing.   According to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, transfer payments have gone from accounting for 18% up to 21% of Delaware’s personal income (17% today […]

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Lawmakers on Both Sides Block Changes to CCP Virus Bill

NEWS There were multiple attempts on Thursday from both Republicans and Democrats in the House of Representatives to amend the pandemic aid and government spending package, after President Donald Trump’s surprise demand for more stimulus money for U.S. citizens. One of Trump’s requests was to increase direct payments to Americans from $600 to $2,000 per person, which Democrats attempted to […]

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Online Cyber Challenges Promise Scholarships to High-Scoring Students

  CyberStart America is an online set of challenges that allow students to become cyber protection agents, solving puzzles and exploring all things cyber-related. The program is free for all Delaware students in grades 9-12. Scholarships totaling $2 million will be awarded to 600 high-scoring students nationwide. The challenge started November 15 and closes February 28, 2021. Students […]

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Vaccine Update:

  As of today (12/21), approximately 3,500 doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Delaware health care workers. On Friday (12/18), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization for the second COVID-19 vaccine. The action allows the Moderna vaccine to be distributed for use in individuals 18 years of […]

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Additional Relief Funding for Small Businesses, Arts Organizations

All relief grant recipients will receive a 20% bonus Hospitality businesses will receive a 50% bonus $10 million for arts organizations DECEMBER 21, 2020 — The Delaware Division of Small Business today announced a new round of relief funding, providing an additional $26 million to support small businesses most affected by COVID-19 restrictions.   The additional […]

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