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U.S. Veteran Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie was at the University of Delaware Monday to see a new hospitality program for VA staff.


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Delaware’s senior Senator is among those on Capitol Hill wanting to see more of the Mueller Report.

A day after a redacted version of the 400 page document was released Thursday,  Sen. Tom Carper (D-Delaware) says Congress should get an unredacted version to review.

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There’s no shortage of issues emanating from our nation’s capital that are of interest to Delawareans.  And occasionally, The Green takes some like time to dicuss them with members of the First State’s Congressional delegation.

Recently, Delaware Public Media's Tom Byrne sat down with the Delaware’s senior Senator Tom Carper to do just that, starting with what’s next for the Mueller Report as Congress awaits Attorney General Bill Barr to deliver some form of it to lawmakers.


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Delaware’s senators reacted Monday to the departure of former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.


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Many Delawareans, including the state’s senior senator are waiting to hear former Vice President Joe Biden’s decision on a 2020 presidential run.


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Sen. Tom Carper recently visited some Central American countries with Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester and other members of Congress.


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Delaware’s senior Senator says President Trump’s State of the Union Tuesday night was largely what he expected.

Sen. Tom Carper says most of what the President said was “what we’ve heard before,” but he did take issue with a number of things Trump discussed.

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Delaware’s Congressional delegation is weighing in on President Trump’s announcement he’s ready to sign a temporary deal to reopen the federal government.

 


Members of Delaware’s Congressional delegation are commenting on this weekend’s quid pro quo from President Trump to reopen the government.


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Sen. Tom Carper is opposing a recent Trump Administration proposal that could ease federal limits on mercury pollution.

 


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