Joined by a dozen Delaware business leaders, Governor Markell spoke with Ambassador Dr. S. Jaishankar on the future of India-Delaware relations at a breakfast reception organized by the Delaware Economic Development Office and the World Trade Center Delaware.
Four defendants receive significant prison sentences for keeping victim locked in car trunk for two days and then abandoning her in a cemetery GEORGETOWN — A Sussex County Superior Court judge on Friday sentenced Phillip Brewer, 18, to spend the next 12 years in prison, Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden announced. Brewer had previously pled […]
Settlement is latest with a mobile telephone provider to resolve allegations that unauthorized charges were placed on customers’ bills WILMINGTON – Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden and his colleagues in 49 states and the District of Columbia, along with Federal Trade Commission and Federal Communications Commission have reached a settlement with T-Mobile over allegations […]
Governor Markell highlights ongoing efforts to improve health care quality and lower costs in Delaware, aided by the award of a $35 million grant announced earlier this week.
Date Posted: Friday, December 19th, 2014
Much about our current health care system is unsustainable. It’s unfair both to the people who use it and to those who care for them. Despite tremendous strides to increase access to insurance and to develop better treatments, our health outcomes for many ailments rate below the national average. Yet, Delawareans pay 25 percent more for care and health costs take close to 25 percent of our state budget. It’s why I have committed to an innovative plan for a healthier state – developed by all parts of our health care community working together. And by winning a $35 million federal grant for our plan this week, we can now do the hard work of making this vision a reality.
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