Legislation

“Ghost Gun Ban” case in Federal District Court update:

October 1st, 2022

#StandAndFight #ShallNotBeInfringed Preliminary injunctive relief was granted in the Rigby, et. al., v. Kathy Jennings, “Ghost Gun Ban” case in Federal District Court! JOHN CARNEY WANTS TO HEAR FROM GUN OWNERS: Submit via e-mail: Terry.Pepper@delaware.gov For more information see additional story: Judge bars enforcement of Delaware ‘ghost gun’ restrictions […]

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For Immediate Release: VOTE-BY-MAIL- Unconstitutional

September 21st, 2022

For Immediate ReleaseMedia Contact: Julianne Murray(302)855-9300Court Rules Vote-by-Mail Statute UnconstitutionalAyonne “Nick” Miles et al v. Del. Department of Elections et alCase No. 2022-0644-NACOn Wednesday evening September 14, 2022, Delaware Vice Chancellor Nathan Cook issued an87-page Memorandum Opinion striking down Delaware’s recently enacted Vote-by-Mail statute.The decision was rendered in response to a suit filed by Julianne […]

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“Vote by Mail”

September 15th, 2022

Senate Vote by Mail Statement: The below is a statement from Senate Republican leadership regarding yesterday’s vote-by-mail ruling: “Wednesday evening, Vice Chancellor Nathan Cook ruled Senate Bill 320 (SB 320), as amended, unconstitutional. The legislation, which was signed into law by Governor Carney on July 22, 2022, skirted around Delaware’s constitutional requirements for absentee voting […]

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Delaware State Sportsmen’s Association: AMENDED COMPLAINT FILED IN DISTRICT COURT ADDING MAGAZINE BAN

September 10th, 2022

The Delaware State Sportsmen’s Association today filed an amended Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware. DSSA had originally filed a Complaint alleging that HB 450 as amended was unconstitutional under Delaware’s Bill of Rights, Article I, Section 20, and the federal Second Amendment. DSSA has […]

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DELAWARE’S MILITARY RETIRED UNDERAPPRECIATED

August 23rd, 2022

August 19, 2022On July 21, 2022, Governor Carney signed SB 188-1 into law before a roomful of National Guard who will not benefit from it. Amending Delaware Code, Title 30 will exclude an additional $10.5K of military pensions from taxable income. Lawmakers in Dover say it’s “an incentive for military retirees under age 60 to locate in […]

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Public Compensation Committee

August 6th, 2022

The first meeting of the Public Education Compensation Committee was held July 29th. This committee was created through SB 100 and the committee’s recommendations are due by November 15, 2023. Click on the below link to view the agenda. https://publicmeetings.delaware.gov/#/meeting/72478 If you are interested in viewing the next meeting it will be held on September 12th. […]

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“Department of Education officials indicated that the most recent data is from 2021 graduation rates.”

August 5th, 2022

Where is your School District on the Scale and What is being done to make correction? Last but not least, who is working to make the changes? “This morning, I held a roundtable discussion with education leaders, teachers and concerned parents from across the state. Our conversations touched on the various pieces of legislation that […]

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