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Budget 2020

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The Joint Finance Committee approved spending more money in Fiscal Year 2020. Budget officials estimate JFC’s spending plan totals about 4.45 billion dollars, about a 4.2 percent increase over this year’s budget.


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Members of the General Assembly's budget writing committee complete the state's public education spending plan for Fiscal Year 2020.


Members of the Joint Finance Committee are raising the possibility of not extending prison health provider Connections’ contract through 2020.


Delaware revenue numbers keep rising as lawmakers move to draft the next fiscal year’s budget.

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A bill expanding access to dental services for low-income adults on Medicaid sailed through a Senate committee Wednesday.

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Water quality in the First State took center stage at the Delaware Department of Natural Resources’ capital budget hearing yesterday Thursday.


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Delaware’s Department of Education presented its Fiscal Year 2020 capital budget request to bond bill committee members Tuesday.


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The head of Delaware’s Judicial Branch said he has a plan to pay for two new courthouses in the state.


Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

There is no property tax increase in Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki’s 2020 budget proposal.

 

But the plan he presented to City Council Thursday seeks a 3.8 percent water/sewer/stormwater rate increase for city customers.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer presented his 2020 budget proposal to County Council Tuesday. The spending plan totals just over $375 million for next Fiscal Year.

 


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