Month: March 2021

Representative Dukes calls on the Governor to allow more students on school buses following new CDC guidance related to physical distancing

March 30th, 2021

  Tim calls on the Governor to allow more than 23 students on school buses in light of new CDC guidance related to physical distancing   The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on Friday released updated guidance on the physical distance permitted between students in a classroom setting, reducing the space from six feet to […]

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Governor Carney Updates Outdoor Gathering Limits and Capacity Restrictions in Outdoor Venues

March 30th, 2021

Governor John Carney on Monday signed the eighth revision to the COVID-19 emergency order, increasing outdoor gathering limits and easing capacity restrictions in outdoor venues effective at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 1. The eighth revision includes the following: Outdoor gatherings in spaces with no fire occupancy restrictions are limited to 150 people, or higher with a plan approved by the Division of […]

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Two Controversial Gun Bills Filed in Senate

March 29th, 2021

Two controversial gun-control measures were filed yesterday (3/25) in the State Senate. Senate Bill 3, sponsored by Senate Majority Whip Elizabeth Lockman (D-Wilmington West), would require that Delawareans wishing to buy a handgun first obtain a “handgun qualified purchaser card.”  To get the card an individual would need to be finger-printed, undergo a criminal background […]

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