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Dave Lawson

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Gun control advocates and gun supporters are expected to descend on Legislative Hall in Dover Wednesday.


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


Delaware State University is asking budget-writing lawmakers for a sizable boost in funding for Fiscal Year 2020.


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The University of Delaware is seeking state funding to allow some First State students to attend for free.


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February’s Joint Finance Committee (JFC) budget hearings give many state lawmakers a break from politics. That might help ease strains already seen in the session’s first 30 days.


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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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Delaware youth have new criminal justice protections that help them avoid having a record.


Some Delaware lawmakers and Delmarva Power ratepayers say it’s time to re-examine an agreement with Bloom Energy forcing a controversial $5 fee on to Delmarva utility bills.


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.


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Legislation banning assault style weapons failed to advance out of a state Senate committee Wednesday and lawmakers are pointing fingers over who’s to blame.


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