Delaware Public Media

Sarah Mueller

Political Reporter

Sarah covers politics for Delaware Public Media. She was a local government reporter for several newspapers before switching to public radio. She previously covered the state legislature as an intern with NPR Illinois while earning her master’s degree in Public Affairs Reporting. She comes to Delaware from Tallahassee, Florida where she also covered state government as a fellow with WFSU. When not working, she enjoys playing with her dog, hiking and reading.

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Delaware schools must now provide more transparency about their use of discipline. Gov. John Carney recently signed legislation that aims to reduce out-of-school suspensions.

James Spadola is hoping to replace retiring State Auditor Tom Wagner this November.

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware is asking to raise rates for next year’s Affordable Care Act insurance plans.

It’s hoping to win approval for a 5.7 percent premium hike.

Email from a FOIA request made by Delaware Public Media

The Delaware Department of Health and Social Services is moving 25 employees from the Blue Hen Corporate Center at the end of this month.

The Delaware Division of Public Health said it’s continuing to make progress on reducing the rate of Delawareans getting and dying from cancer in the First State.

From Kerri Evelyn Harris' campaign Facebook page

Kerri Harris hopes to replicate the results of a U.S. House primary election in New York as she challenges Tom Carper  (D-Delaware) for his U.S. Senate seat.

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Delaware seniors with higher incomes could soon lose a property tax break.

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Sen. Tom Carper (D-Delaware) cheered Thursday's resignation of Environmental Protection Agency’s Administrator Scott Pruitt.

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Gov. John Carney (D) is expected to sign legislation helping to protect Delaware beaches from possible offshore oil and natural gas drilling in the future.

The state’s three casinos are getting the state relief they’ve been seeking under legislation signed by Gov. John Carney.