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TransPerfect employee group takes Chancery Court to task over fee decision

Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware is appealing to the Delaware Supreme Court a Chancery Court decision regarding fees paid by business services company TransPerfect over a contested sale completed in 2018. Citizens Delaware Campaign Manager...
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Carney signs bill that will bring body cameras to law enforcement agencies

Gov, John Carney signed legislation requiring police officers and certain employees of the Department of Correction and the Department of Services for Children, Youth, and Their Families to wear and use a body camera. The...
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Sussex State Senator Lopez won’t seek re-election

Delaware  Republican State Sen. Ernie Lopez will not seek re-election. Lopez released the following through the Senate Republican Caucus: It is with many thanks and humility to the people of the 6th District that I wish to...
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Trending: DNREC issues violation notice to Lewes area mobile home park owner

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control issued a Notice of Violation today to the Donovan Smith Mobile Home Park, LLC in Lewes for ongoing violations of the state’s laws governing wastewater...
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Updated: Biden spends weekend in Delaware after issuing executive order on business competition

President Joe Biden left Delaware   Sunday night after a weekend visit that featured a couple of rounds of golf. Biden early Friday night and golfed at  Fieldstone in the Greenville area on Saturday and Sunday....
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Tesla’s Musk defends decision to merge Tesla and Solar City

(Post is back dated for technical reasons. The trial began on Monday) Celebrity CEO Elon Musk defended the decision to merge Tesla and Solar City at a Chancery Court trial on Monday in Wilmington, Reuters and...
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Plastic bag bill narrowly passes Senate

A bill that would ban virtually all  plastic bags is going to the governor after passing the State Senate by a razor-thin  11-10 vote. Both Democrats and Democrats voted against the bill, which comes just...
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Delaware gets failing grade in providing consumer information regarding funerals

Delaware received a failing grade in a new report from the Funeral Consumers Alliance (FCA) and the Consumer Federation of America. According to the report, most state funeral service regulators provide poor or no information...
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$4.77 billion state budget sent to governor

The Delaware House and Senate  overwhelmingly passed the fiscal 2022 operating budget Wednesday, a $4.77-billion spending plan that boosted spending for public schools, higher education and health care services. The budget was passed well before...
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Delaware inches toward 70% adult vaccination goal as daily cases fall below 25

The last daily Covid-19 report from the Delaware Division of Public Health shows the state with a 1% positive test rate and fewer than 25 daily cases. A lower number of cases and the upcoming...