GOP lawmakers take aim at Delaware’s estate tax

GOP lawmakers take aim at Delaware’s estate tax

A new bill from Senate Minority Leader Gary Simpson would repeal the tax that was established in 2009 under Gov. Jack Markell. ...More
Sen. Marshall offers initiatives to address crime in Wilmington

Sen. Marshall offers initiatives to address crime in Wilmington

Marshall says he believes the initiatives he's suggesting can have a real impact on the root causes of the violence that has spiked recently in Wilmington ...More
Significant drop in Delaware workers comp rates announced

Significant drop in Delaware workers comp rates announced

State Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart approved new worker’s compensation insurance rates Wednesday that could save employers up to $20 million this year. ...More
Bill seeks to fill special education gap in Delaware

Bill seeks to fill special education gap in Delaware

House and Senate Democrats are calling for 130 new special education teachers statewide for younger children. Right now, the state only funds special education from 4th-12th grade. This legislation would close the gap from Kindergarten to third grade. ...More
State legislators react to Wilmington Educational Advisory Group’s recommendations

State legislators react to Wilmington Educational Advisory Group’s recommendations

First State lawmakers are weighing in on recommendations from the Wilmington Educational Advisory Committee. The House and State Education Committees were briefed Wednesday on the advisory group’s interim report released to Gov. Jack Markell. ...More
Red Clay approves turnaround plans for Priority Schools

Red Clay approves turnaround plans for Priority Schools

Red Clay School District’s board voted Tuesday night to approve turnaround plans for its three Priority Schools, including a new community campus model for Warner Elementary and Shortlidge Academy. ...More
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