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Third annual Women’s March planned for Newark

Delawareans will march to celebrate women’s empowerment in Newark on Saturday .

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Delaware now has a state Equal Rights Amendment. The 16-word amendment bars discrimination based on sex.


The Clean Water Act nonprofit Partnership for the Delaware Estuary (PDE) is planning to build a hatchery for mussels to improve water quality in the region.


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The teachers’ union at the Odyssey Charter School in Greenville has presented a vote of no confidence to the school board. Board President Josiah Wolcott says he will not resign.

 


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Gov. John Carney lays out his 2019 agenda later this week when he delivers his State of the State Thursday afternoon.

Delaware Public Media’s political reporter Sarah Mueller sat down with Carney to get a preview of his priorities ahead of the speech.

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Christiana Care Health System has a new corporate contract for bariatric surgery.

The Kansas City-based global health information corporation Cerner has selected Christiana Care to perform all bariatric surgeries needed for Cerner employees. 

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A new report obtained by Delaware Public Media recommends the First State establish high risk health insurance pools and an individual mandate.


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Gov. John Carney is asking for $60 million in new spending to help low-income students and English Language Learners in the First State.


A University of Delaware stand-out will get a chance to show NFL teams what he can do.

Defensive back Nasir Adderley received an invitation to next month’s NFL Combine.

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Delaware State Police (DSP) is encouraging First State residents to “say something” if they “see something.”

 

 


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Recent national data shows high rates of preschool students being suspended or expelled. It’s also an issue in the First State.


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