Delaware Public Media

Bryan Townsend

Delaware Public Media

One piece of legislation helping federal workers in Delaware impacted by the partial federal government is heading to Gov. John Carney’s desk. But a companion bill failed to pass the state Senate.

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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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Political parties in the Delaware House and Senate chose new leadership Wednesday, one day after the midterm election.

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One state lawmaker says he plans to push again to end the First State’s reliance on cash bail. This comes after a Smyrna women died in jail earlier this month after being unable to pay bail.

Some say the First State could have been more transparent in selecting its new voting system.

A task force charged with finding new voting machines for Delaware made its decision Tuesday.

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Gov. John Carney has signed legislation into law that aims to increase the health insurance reimbursement rate for primary care doctors.

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.

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A vote to suspend rules and bring legislation banning assault style weapons to the floor of the Delaware Senate failed Tuesday.

State senators could vote on legislation banning assault style weapons next week. Senate President Pro Tem David McBride (D-Hawk's Nest) put it on Tuesday’s agenda even though it failed to get out of committee.