Today Governor Markell issued a statement praising a U.S. Supreme Court decision that let stand Delaware’s Elections Disclosure Act.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued an opinion affirming the constitutionality of the Delaware Elections Disclosure Act, which was proposed and signed by Governor Markell in 2012.
Following efforts by the Governor and legislators to address the transparency and efficiency of Delaware elections, the Senate today passed House Substitute 1 to House Bill 302—a bill that will create a more unified and efficient structure for conducting elections, while making it easier to report and investigate campaign finance violations.
As the last days of the General Assembly’s 2013 session wind down, Delawareans can follow the groups engaged on various bills with the Delaware Public Integrity Commission’s online Public Integrity Reporting System.
Capping a legislative session that saw his legislative priorities implemented, Governor Jack Markell Saturday night signed a balanced budget that supports the goals he set forth in his State of the State address.
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