Mike Jackson Possible deal to keep Statewide Autism Program at Christina School District By Sarah Mueller • Feb 13, 2019 Delaware Public Media A deal to keep the Statewide Autism Program with the Christina School District may be in place. Listen Listening... / 1:20 Listen to this story State's December revenue estimate rises by 66 million By Sarah Mueller • Dec 19, 2018 Gov. John Carney and state lawmakers appear to have additional money to spend in fiscal year 2020. Listen Listening... / 1:21 Listen to this story Delaware may award voting machine contract before releasing bid info By Sarah Mueller • Jun 20, 2018 Delaware Department of Elections The Delaware Office of Management and Budget has requested $10 million for new state voting machines. June revenue numbers show FY19 financial picture remains rosy By Sarah Mueller • Jun 18, 2018 Delaware’s financial picture continues to look brighter for the next fiscal year. The Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council’s (DEFAC) June revenue estimate is up $47.5 million over May. Listen Listening... / 1:14 Listen to this story. JFC chops $33 million from budget, plenty to go By James Dawson • May 30, 2017 Delaware Public Media The Delaware Board of Education won’t return to class next fall – just one casualty as state lawmakers cut or eliminated dozens of programs across government as they craft their proposed budget. Lawmakers kick off budget hearings in Dover By James Dawson • Jan 31, 2017 Delaware Public Media Legislators on the Joint Finance Committee got a more detailed look at Delaware’s projected $350 million budget problem Tuesday. Carney offers first cabinet position nominations By James Dawson • Dec 13, 2016 Megan Pauly / Delaware Public Media Governor-elect John Carney (D-Delaware) will bridge the gap between administrations by holding over at least two key cabinet secretaries from his one-time political rival.