Delawareans are one step closer to not having to pay state tax on their unemployment funds.
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"As you know, we've been hit hard with unemployment. There's been over 160,000 Delawareans that have put in claims," said state Rep. Ed Osiens…
Delaware is creating a Transportation Infrastructure Investment Fund. Here's how it works:
A proposal to make it legal for adults to use marijuana in Delaware moved a step forward in the General Assembly Wednesday. People for and against the idea testified for about two hours.
Nearly a year after a bill to legalize recreational use of marijuana by adults in Delaware was defeated, a revised measure has been introduced in the General Assembly.
Delaware's community college system still hopes for approval of a plan that would help it address deferred maintenance needs. This time, a statewide property tax is not in the picture.
A jazz musician is running as a Republican for the chance to represent a Newark-area district in the General Assembly.
Better paying jobs while keeping Delaware's coastline safe is the goal of legislation to amending the Coastal Zone Act.