Quinn Johnson Budget hearings offer chance for Leg Hall tensions to cool By Sarah Mueller • Jan 30, 2019 Delaware Public Media 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. Listen Listening... / 1:18 Listen to this story Joint Finance Committee begins work on 2020 budget By Sarah Mueller • Jan 29, 2019 The Joint Finance Committee has started budget hearings for the fiscal year 2020 budget. Listen Listening... / 1:11 Listen to this story Bond Bill committee completes work on 2019 capital budget By Sarah Mueller • Jun 21, 2018 The Bond Bill Committee approved more than $816 million for capital projects in the upcoming fiscal year Thursday. Listen Listening... / 1:15 Listen to this story Lawmakers set to finish 2019 Bond Bill this week By Sarah Mueller • Jun 16, 2018 Delaware Public Media The Joint Capital Improvement Committee faces some difficult choices on funding for Delaware’s colleges and universities. Listen Listening... / 1:09 Listen to this story Delaware lawmakers propose revamping the budget process By Sarah Mueller • May 15, 2018 Some lawmakers say they will push an amendment to the Delaware Constitution changing how the state puts together budgets. Listen Listening... / 1:18 Listen to this story Wilmington port board expected to vet proposed lease deal next week By Sarah Mueller • Mar 30, 2018 Delaware Public Media The Port of Wilmington’s board is set to debate an agreement to lease the port to a Middle Eastern shipping company next week. The deal could create thousands of more jobs in Delaware. Listen Listening... / 1:18 Listen to this story Legislators add cash to personal infrastructure funds By James Dawson • Jun 23, 2016 Karl Malgiero/Delaware Public Media State lawmakers are giving themselves an extra $25,000 to help pay for paving and infrastructure repair projects within their districts. Wage secrecy bill clears House By James Dawson • May 8, 2016 Delaware Public Media House lawmakers barely passed a bill last week outlawing wage secrecy for private companies in Delaware. The proposal would nix any attempts by employers to dissuade their workers from talking about how much they get paid in or out of the office.