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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.


Legislation doing away with a youth and training minimum wage is drawing criticism in the Delaware House.


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The Delaware House made no changes to its ethics rules Tuesday as a new session started.


Republican State Rep. Mike Ramone said he’s not responsible for his Democratic opponent losing her job at a nonprofit.


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Delaware lawmakers are searching for ways to improve conditions in nursing homes across the state. Some legislators are saying the quality of care in some nursing homes is a concern.


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Top Democrats in the House and Senate have canceled a final budget meeting this week as they try to continue negotiations with Republicans over potential tax hikes.

JFC chops $33 million from budget, plenty to go

May 30, 2017
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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.

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Could the Delaware Bay become the next ‘Bay Area’? State lawmakers are trying to lure in high-rolling investors for a budding science and tech industry that’s getting a lot of attention.


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The estate tax may soon be a thing of the past in Delaware.


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About a month after Gov. John Carney (D-Delaware) released his proposed budget, Senate Republicans are offering their own take.


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