Month: May 2021

Law Enforcement Memorial

May 7th, 2021

On Wednesday afternoon, I joined elected officials, citizens and advocates to show our support for law enforcement at the annual Law Enforcement Memorial ceremony at Legislative Hall. This is always wonderful, yet somber, event as we honor the men and women who have given their lives to ensure our safety. After witnessing Corporal Keith Heacook’s […]

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Legislation Week 9 Senate Recap

May 5th, 2021

There have been a number of bills discussed in our weekly wrap-up videos, on the radio, and on social media. Below is a status update on the more high-profile pieces of legislation. SS1 for SB3: Passed the Senate 13-8 and is scheduled to be heard in the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, May 11th SB5: […]

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Cpl. Keith A. Heacook

May 5th, 2021

Cpl. Keith A. Heacook Obituary – Visitation & Funeral Information December 7, 1966 – April 28, 2021   Our family’s prayers are with Cpl. Keith Heacook’s family, the Delmar Police and the entire Delmar community. We in Georgetown know all too well the pain you are feeling now, and stand ready to support you […]

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May 1st, 2021

DO EXCEPTIONS MATTER!?!~  OR ARE THEY JUST TRYING TO DIVIDE US?  THEY KNOW , DIVIDED WE  FALL!! Our second amendment rights of the US Constitution and Section 20 of the Delaware Bill of Rights is being challenged….  There is legislation pending to limit our rights to bear arms in Delaware.  Gun Rights Rally in Dover […]


Bill Seeking to Mandate Black History Instruction Passes House

May 1st, 2021

APRIL 30, 2021 — Following an often-emotional debate, the House of Representatives on Thursday passed legislation seeking to require public schools to provide black history instruction. “I truly believe this bill will go down as one of the important bills we will pass this session,” said co-sponsor, State Rep. Krista Griffith (D-Fairfax). “I want my school-age sons […]

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