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The Delaware Department of Health and Social Services wants additional money for addiction treatment beds in next year’s budget.

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Delaware is joining more than two dozen states, counties and cities battling the Environmental Protection Agency over emissions.

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A federal judge has ruled the U.S. Department of Education must implement the Obama-era “borrower defense” rule it postponed last June.

Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn was among 18 state AGs who sued the Department of Ed last summer over its postponement of the rule meant to protect students defrauded by for-profit colleges.

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Open government advocates are once again calling for an independent counsel to examine Delaware’s LLC law. It comes after a news report that a Middle Eastern government hired a Delaware LLC to kill people.

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As Matt Denn wraps up his time as Delaware Attorney General, he’s making recommendations on how the state should continue its fight against the misuse of opioids.

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The U.S. Attorney for the District of Delaware has announced indictments against six individuals.

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The Delaware Department of Justice is making an effort to keep juveniles from having to go to court.

Open government advocates say they’re happy with some actions Delaware’s Attorney General is taking regarding limited liability companies. But they’re not completely satisfied.


Two state representatives endorsing Kathleen Davies for State Auditor are asking Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn to investigate the leak of a report criticizing her.

Delaware civics groups are calling for an independent investigation of a state law governing limited liability companies.