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Delaware’s U.S. senators are voicing support for the House’s impeachment inquiry.


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Delaware’s senators are voicing concerns about President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Northern Syria.


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Delaware State University officials are enlisting the assistance of the state’s Congressional Delegation to get funding for historically black colleges and universities.

Congress missed last month’s deadline to approve the FUTURES Act. It would give $255 million to minority institutions for the next two years - with $85 million going to HBCUs.

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Sen. Tom Carper (D-Delaware) welcomed leadership from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to Port of Wilmington Monday.

The second phase of the Tri-Valley Trail in White Clay Creek State Park is now open to the public.


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DelDOT is gauging the feasibility of a project that would help bicyclists get from the Jack A. Markell Trail on the Christina Riverfront to downtown Wilmington.  

 


Former Vice President Joe Biden returned to the First State to call for President Donald Trump to cooperate with Congress or face impeachment.


Sarah Mueller

Census officials visited Georgetown Monday to emphasize the importance of everyone participating in the 2020 Census.


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The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee recently unveiled the America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act.

Sen. Tom Carper is the top Democrat on that committee and co-authored the bill, if passed would green light spending $287 billion over five years on efforts to maintain and repair the nation’s roads and bridges – and more.

Earlier this week, Sen. Carper toured the state highlighting what the bill could mean for the First State. specifically infrastructure vulnerable to climate change and sea level rise. And he also stopped The Green to discuss the bill and some other topics.


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Delaware’s Congressional delegation is supporting legislation that aims to protect some horses from painful tactics to win awards at horse shows.


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