Month: January 2022

Jefferson Award Recipient

January 31st, 2022

WBOC TV 16 Delmarva’s News Leader Dave Wilson is our first 2022 Jefferson Award Winner. Not only for the work he does for Delawareans in the state senate but for his volunteer work with various first state organizations and through his personal business. Be sure to catch Dave Wilson’s story airing all week long on […]

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CALL TO ACTION ~ Joint Finance Committee to Convene

January 29th, 2022

Governor Presents Proposed State Operating and Capital Budgets “Call to Action” hosted by Chair Jane Brady TOMORROW! Join Chair Jane Brady and Rep. Mike Ramone for a Call to Action on Monday at 8 a.m. about legislative committees and the Bond Bill. Sign up now at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYkdOqqqzstGt3vJpfVIbbvID5FSbyOsMlW Register now at : https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYkdOqqqzstGt3vJpfVIbbvID5FSbyOsMlW Message from the Delaware […]

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Assisted Suicide Bill Wins Release from Committee

January 29th, 2022

Assisted Suicide Bill Wins  Release from Committee A bill seeking to create a process that would allow terminally ill Delawareans to commit suicide was released from committee earlier this week. House Bill 140 would create a multi-step process allowing Delawareans with less than six months to live to obtain and self-administer a lethal dosage of medication. […]

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Watch the Governor’s Budget Presentation Live Tomorrow Morning

January 27th, 2022

In a virtual event tomorrow morning, Governor John Carney will present his suggested state operating and capital budgets for the upcoming fiscal year. Since FY 2022 began in July, state revenue estimates for the current cycle and FY 2023 have increased by a combined total of $820 million. The budget address will be held tomorrow (Thursday, […]

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Senate Statement regarding Delaware Technical Community College Vax Policy

January 23rd, 2022

We oppose the recent policy issued by Delaware Technical and Community College mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for incoming students. It is antithetical to the college’s purpose and abuses the authority of a public institution to force many Delawareans down a path they do not want to take. In announcing DelTech’s new vaccination policy, President Mark Brainard said […]

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Call to action with another one, two punch!!

January 23rd, 2022

  Weekly Call To Action! hosted by Jane Brady Join us: MONDAY 1/24/22 State Representative Kevin Hensley will be our featured guest in a conversation with Chair Jane Brady. This is an informative briefing on the upcoming legislative session.  The early morning Web conference will inform participants about the legislative process and help citizens better […]

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Delaware’s 40-year experiment: pro-growth vs. anti-growth policies

January 19th, 2022

January 18, 2022 Delaware’s 40-year experiment: pro-growth vs. anti-growth policies by Charlie Copeland, Center for Analysis of Delaware’s Economy & Government Spending NEWARK, DE – In 1980, the US and Delaware economies were in shambles. Forty years later, at the end of 2020, the US and Delaware economies were again suffering because of the global pandemic. This 40-year […]

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