Rising seas may cost Delaware $9B oer 20 years (Maddy Lauria)

One day after the Clean Power Plan was replaced by a far more modest EPA regulation, a new study about the alleged perils of sea level rise was released. An equally defensible headline would have been: "Rising seas may not cost Delaware $9B over 20 years." Read More…

Senate OKs bill to boost schools in Wilmington (Natalia Alamdari)

A new group may take over review of Wilmington school problems; funding looks like the sticking point. Read More…

State's climate activism will cost its drivers (Rich Collins)

As though the RGGI/RPS regime hasn't been bad enough, it is now proposed to launch a similar program for motor fuel - on top of various federal requirements - that would effectively impose a punitive tax on drivers of fossil fuel vehicles. Read More…

Biden calls for unity (Meredith Newman & Karl Baker)

Biden's first big campaign rally was a relatively low key event, or so this report would suggest. Read More…

Gun bill failures raises doubts about Dems' leadership (Matt Albright)

The gun control bills weren't really needed, so Democrats arguably did the right thing by not pushing them to a vote. On the other hand, the political timidity of Democratic leaders bodes ill for progress on more important issues. Read More…

What caused gun control bills' failure? (Sarah Gamard)

After teeing up three gun control bills, Democratic leaders in the DE Senate inexplicably backed off. Read More…

House votes to trash plastic bags (Sarah Gamard)

Delaware legislators are seemingly unable to refrain from "virtue signaling," which is what this proposed law would amount to. Read More…

Our school funding system is failing Delaware children (Mike Matthews)

Re the "first things first" emphasis on property tax reassessment, is this seen as a way to sugar-coat a big tax increase? Read More…

Bill would take Delaware school tax hikes out of voters' hands (Natalia Alamdari)

News Journal draws connection between school referendum bill and proposals to mandate property tax reassessment. Read More…

Let's fix our broken school tax system (Earl Jacques)

Delaware legislator rationalizes 2018 rejection of school district consolidation, claims that many good ideas came out of the task force review that he chaired. Read More…

Voters are focused on healthcare; that's good for Democrats (Ted Kaufman)

A Biden insider outlines Joe Biden's probable position on healthcare in 2020, namely GovCare plus a "public option."
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Biden would restore the world's trust in the US (Jack Markell)

Former Delaware Governor Jack Markell channels European sentiment in favor of Joe Biden. Read More…

Not your average Joe (Ryan Cormier)

At the age of 76, Joe Biden has a long track record - with many successes but also his share of failures and flip flops. He never caught on as a presidential candidate in other years, but "moderate" Democrats appear to be hoping for a different outcome this time.

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Wild history of "blue laws" has several modern-day lessons (Matthew Albright)

A historical analogy is suggested for moving ahead with property tax reassessment, but what if the real intent is to raise taxes versus simply making relative valuations fairer? Read More…

It's about to get easier to vote in Delaware (Sarah Gamard)

"Early voting" is coming in Delaware, with no effective opposition and no DE constitutional amendment. Too bad! Read More…

Allergies feel worse? Blame climate change (Maddy Lauria)

More one-sided coverage of claims of harm from manmade global warming. Read More…

Democrats propose new, tougher gun laws (Sarah Gamard)

Further anti-gun legislation is brewing in Delaware, despite spirited opposition. Read More…

Delaware's voting system works: Why change it? (DE Sen. Gerald Hocker)

The proposed changes are based on perceptions of political advantage, not because there is anything wrong with the existing voting system in Delaware. Read More…

The real crisis in Central America (Sen. Tom Carper)

Building a big border wall won't solve the problem of illegal immigration, perhaps US foreign aid programs will work better. Read More…

National popular vote gets final approval in Delaware (Randall Chase)

National popular vote gets final approval in Delaware, Randall Chase, 3/14/19 - The House voted 24-17 on Thursday to join 11 other Democratic-leaning states in a popular-vote compact. If the Democratic governors in Delaware, Colorado and New Mexico each sign their respective bills, the compact would have 189 of the 270 electoral college votes needed to elect the president. Senate had previously approved the bill on March 7, and Governor John Carney subsequently signed it.
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