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The Delaware Sportsmen's Association (DSSA) is suing Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) alleging the state agency violated Delaware's constitution by banning some semi-automatic rifles for the use of hunting. 

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The Serafin Ensemble The Serafins visit Milton this week for a holiday concert.


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The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to review a lower court’s decision that Delaware’s judicial balance requirement violates the federal constitution.

 


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Some of Delaware’s hospitals are using an app that allows patients to pull up all of their medical data on their phone.  

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Regional planners updated the public last week on efforts to shape the future of the Route 202 corridor.

 


A new program provides grant money to support open space, environmental, and resiliency projects across Delmarva Power’s service areas. 


Delaware is renewing a program offering incentives for people who buy electric cars.

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U.S. Supreme Court will hear the case involving Delaware’s judicial balance requirement. 

The Court announced Friday it accepted Gov. John Carney’s petition to review the federal appeals court decision affirming a lower court ruling that the requirement is unconstitutional. 

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It’s been just over a year since the State of Delaware reached a 50-year lease agreement, turning over operation of the Port of Wilmington to GT USA, the American arm of global port operator Gulftainer. 

The deal was expected to bring additional revenue to the state while creating thousands of direct and indirect jobs as Gulftainer invests up to $700 million dollars to upgrade and expand the port.

Contributor Jon Hurdle looks at where port expansion plans are 14 months into the agreement, and the current outlook for the Port’s future.


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A handful of First State charter schools are seeking renewals this year, and this week the state’s Charter School Accountability Committee met to weigh in on their status.

Contributor Larry Nagengast was at this week’s committee hearing and outlines each school’s situation.


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