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Legislative Update

Daily during Morning Edition & All Things Considered (during General Assembly session)

Delaware Public Media Political Reporters cover the state's General Assembly each and every day lawmakers are in session.  You can hear in-depth reports on what's happening at Legislative Hall during both Morning Edition and All Things Considered. 

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Legislation banning abortions once fetuses reach 20 weeks of development failed to advance out of a state Senate committee yesterday Wednesday.


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Legislation establishing paid family leave for state workers in Delaware is heading to the state Senate.


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Delaware State Rep. Helene Keeley and State Sen. Margaret Rose Henry are making a final push to pass legislation legalizing recreational pot.

State Rep. Mike Mulrooney (D-Pennwood) has decided not to run for another term.

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Legislation allowing deer hunting on Sundays in the First State easily passed the State Senate. It now heads to the House.


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Equality Delaware opposes changes to the state’s draft anti-discrimination policy on transgender students.


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Gov. John Carney will soon decide whether to ban conversion therapy in the First State.


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Representatives from the state’s Behavioral Health Consortium are introducing legislation to create the first-ever standardized system of care for overdoses.


Sarah Mueller

The Delaware House passed a state Equal Rights Amendment a day after it was amended and approved by the state Senate.

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Legislation banning assault style weapons failed to advance out of a state Senate committee Wednesday and lawmakers are pointing fingers over who’s to blame.


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