Department of Justice | Date Posted: Monday, August 27, 2012
Application deadline extended to December 31 Wilmington – Delawareans whose mortgage loans were active in the foreclosure process in 2009 and 2010 now have extra time to take advantage of an opportunity to have their cases independently reviewed, Attorney General Beau Biden announced today. To ensure as many eligible people as possible participate in the […]
The Governor talks about Delaware’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program.
Not long ago, Delaware launched a program that will help promote a safe and healthy Delaware – and help prevent some of the devastating effects of prescription drug abuse on families. Back in 2010, I signed the Delaware Prescription Monitoring Act and since then, we have been working diligently to develop and launch a new tool that give doctors, pharmacists and others more information to responsibly treat patients.
Commissioner Stewart Announces the Transfer of $250,000 to the City of Wilmington as a Result of Delaware Captive Surplus
Economic opportunity, triple digit tax revenue growth, and the recognition of Delaware as an insurance industry leader are the ways to describe Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart’s captive insurance program. Today, Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart is proud to announce that under her leadership, The Delaware Department of Insurance has given $250,000 to the City of Wilmington due to the success of the Captive Bureau at the Delaware Department of Insurance.
Twenty one (21) people were arrested for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) of alcohol and/or drugs during the eighth weekend of the 2012 Checkpoint Strikeforce DUI prevention campaign. This brings the total DUI arrests made as part of the campaign to 107. Statewide, there have been over 3,100 DUI arrests made in Delaware this year.