Governor Markell discusses how state and federal funding will support ongoing efforts to address the addiction epidemic in Delaware.
Governor Markell announced today he has vetoed House Bill 130, expressing concern the bill does not differentiate between the penalties for consensual and non-consensual sexual contact and that current Delaware laws address the behavior targeted by the bill.
In his weekly message, Governor Markell discusses statewide efforts to educate Delawareans on how to be financially stable. “When people are financially secure, they can buy a home, pay for college, start a business, or save for retirement,” said Governor Markell. “Providing our communities with the tools people of all ages need to learn how […]
Date Posted: Friday, July 10th, 2015
When people are financially secure, they can buy a home, pay for college, start a business, or save for retirement. So, educating Delawareans on what it takes to be financially stable is one way we can ensure our residents are on a path to success. That’s why, earlier this week, I announced almost $220K in […]
Date Posted: Friday, July 3rd, 2015
In my State of the State address in January, I talked about the Delaware Promise. It boils down to this: we strive to ensure every Delawarean receives the education and training to reach their potential and compete successfully in our changing economy. The budget I signed this past week and the initiatives established this year […]
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