Month: January 2021

Latest Vaccine CDC Update

January 30th, 2021

Today, the Division of Public Health announced an updated approach to administering second doses in response to new guidance from the CDC. The CDC announced Friday that an interval of 42 days between doses is acceptable, if adhering to the 21-day (Pfizer) and 28-day (Moderna) intervals is not possible.    It’s been a little under […]

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What we’re standing against!

January 30th, 2021

Federal takeover of elections House Democrats, led by Nancy Pelosi, recently reintroduced a bill called “For the People Act” that has nothing to do with the people. It should be called “For the Politicians Act.” Democrats are presenting H.R. 1 as a voting rights bill, but its effect would be to concentrate liberal power. Government control: The Constitution grants […]

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Governor Presents New State Spending Plans

January 30th, 2021

Governor John Carney this week delivered his 2021 State of the State Address and presented his recommended state capital and operating spending plans for the new fiscal year that begins July 1.   The proposed budgets reflect the governor’s FY 2022 funding priorities for state government, linking his vision to quantifiable intention. To watch the presentation, click here.   […]

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Increasing Enrollment at Sussex Tech

January 30th, 2021

Sussex Tech will add 200 students to its student body over the next four years under legislation passed unanimously in the General Assembly this week.   The news will likely be welcomed by many Sussex County parents. The school is extremely popular, with admission applications far outpacing available slots. Winners are selected via a lottery system.   […]

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Wisdom of Pending Law Mandating Increased Use of Renewable Energy Debated

January 30th, 2021

A controversial bill that will change where Delawareans get their electricity from is heading to the governor’s desk for his expected signature.   Senate Bill 33 completed it passage through the General Assembly with a 29 to 12 vote in the House of Representatives Thursday, after earlier clearing the Senate 13 to 8. Once enacted, the legislation […]

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The flood gates sit within the U.S.-Mexico border fence west of Naco, Arizona, on May 8, 2019. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times) The flood gates sit within the U.S.-Mexico border fence west of Naco, Arizona, on May 8, 2019. (Charlotte Cuthbertson/The Epoch Times) US NEWS Biden’s Halt to Border Wall Construction to Cost About 5,000 Jobs, Billions of Dollars: Former CBP Acting Commissioner

January 29th, 2021

he halt to build new border wall systems ordered by President Joe Biden will mean the loss of some 5,000 construction jobs, according to the most recent former chief operating officer and former acting commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. “Conservatively, it’s going to cost about 5,000 jobs—construction workers—right now,” Mark A. Morgan told Breitbart […]

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

January 27th, 2021

Saturday’s Vaccination Event in Georgetown On Saturday, Senator Lopez and I visited the COVID-19 vaccination event at the Georgetown DMV to thank all of the volunteers and front line workers who helped operate the drive-thru clinic. Despite the wait time and other hurdles, the event turned out to be a huge success. 4,940 individuals received […]

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