Month: June 2021

BRADY BULLETIN – A Call to ACTION! Race to the Finish

June 25th, 2021

BRADY BULLETIN June 24, 2021   This has been a crazy legislative session with the Democrats leveraging their advantage in numbers to sponsor the most progressive set of bills ever successfully passed in our state.  And, the craziest legislation is still to come! This week, the final “Call to Action!” meeting for this Legislative Session will focus on the […]

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END OF LEGISLATIVE SESSION RALLY, LEGISLATIVE MALL, JUNE 30th, 4:30 P.M.

June 25th, 2021

Delaware State Sportsmen’s Association   The end of the 2021 Legislative Session is quickly coming to a close. Join DSSA, and many other like minded groups, on Wednesday, June 30th at 4:30 p.m on Legislative Mall to show our continued support for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. There will speakers, food, entertainment, live broadcast […]

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Week 13 Wrap-Up

June 20th, 2021

A lot is covered in this week’s wrap-up video. We’re nearing the end of session and a large number of bills are being circulated and brought before the Senate. Click here to view the video and be sure to Subscribe to our caucus’s YouTube channel to stay up-to-date with the General Assembly.   […]

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LEGISLATIVE QUICK NOTES:

June 20th, 2021

New State Operating Budget Introduced State Revenue Increases Again in Latest Forecast House Agenda for Tuesday Posted Two Major Money Bills Filed Two major appropriations bills were filed in the House of Representatives today (6/18). The first is House Bill 250, the new state operating budget for Fiscal Year 2022, which begins July 1. The $4.771 […]

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State Rep. Bryan Shupe is sponsoring legislation that would safeguard the ability of citizens and journalists using the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

June 20th, 2021

Bill Seeks to Protect Citizens’ Access to Government Information Delaware’s FOIA law ( 29 Del. Code, Chapter 100) provides citizens with a system for accessing public records and compels state officials to facilitate the process. Similar statutes exist on the federal level and in other states. Collectively, FOIA laws have often been instrumental in checking […]

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