The bill would prohibit employers from threatening to report an employee's immigration status in retaliation for whistleblowing.
The state’s only addiction inpatient treatment center for pregnant and parenting women opens next week.
At least 200 people showed up at Battery Park in New Castle Friday night, responding to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
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Summer is here and many are hoping to get away – some for the first time in after a couple years after limitations caused by the pandemic.But if you haven’t already locked in vacation plans, you may still be limited – by what’s still available and the inflated cost of everything.This week, contributor Eileen Dallabrida takes a closer look at the options – especially if you’re on a budget.
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The 6-to-3 decision is the latest example of the court's conservative supermajority requiring more accommodation for religion in public schools and less separation between church and state.
Abortion is still legal in Michigan but it's the subject of litigation, is moving toward the ballot as a state constitutional amendment and will be a big issue in the competitive race for governor.
As the midterm primary season rolls along, voters may have noticed a strange phenomenon of political advertising: Democrats paying for ads supporting Republican candidates.
More than four dozen Russian missiles hit cities across Ukraine over the weekend as G7 leaders met in Germany to discuss Russia's war on Ukraine and other topics.
Following the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, NPR's Rachel Martin talks to George Mason University law professor Helen Alvare about the next steps of the anti-abortion rights movement.
For those living in states with restrictive abortion laws, crossing state lines is one of the few ways to access the procedure. But some abortion-rights opponents are trying to prevent that.
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- Dover Air Mobility Command Museum returns to full flight
- Kay's Kamp continues work with kids and families facing cancer
- State employees exhibit their creativity
- First State Heritage Park offers 'Hidden Lives' tour for Black History Month
- Polytech program offers apprentice opportunities for young adults