What defines you, our state’s first responders? Purpose and meaning. Strength and service. Choosing to run towards, not away, from danger ….because it’s your job. Because it’s your calling…..knowing all along that some may not take the time to think of the daily sacrifice you make, of the daily risks you run, or the threats […]
News | Date Posted: Monday, October 4, 2010
Wilmington – Attorney General Beau Biden joined Governor Jack Markell, Senator Patricia Blevins, Representative Michael Barbieri, and other state officials today in praising advocates for their hard work helping domestic violence survivors. Biden spoke at a ceremony where Markell declared October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Delaware. “I’m proud that our efforts this past […]
Bradley’s Baybees pediatric office in Lewes. These items, which were removed with the assistance of Delaware State Police Troopers and DelDOT staff, include signage and yard toys displayed on the property. “The community should not be faced with the visual reminder of their pain as they go about their daily lives,” Attorney General Biden said. […]
Attorney General Joseph R. Biden, III, State Senator Robert Marshall, and State Representative Vincent Lofink announce the introduction of legislation to improve the fight against fraud
Dover, DE – Today Attorney General Joseph R. Biden, III, joined State Senator Robert Marshall (D-Wilmington West) and State Representative Vincent Lofink (R-Caravel Farms) as they announced the introduction of Senate Bill 97 which will enhance the Department of Justice’s efforts to combat fraud against government contracts and programs.
$96,000 will be paid to approximately 300 current and former Delaware employees
In a settlement with the U.S. Department of Labor, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has agreed to compensate its employees for technical errors in the calculations of past overtime pay. Under the agreement, Wal-Mart will pay approximately $34 million to 87,000 current and former hourly employees nationally who were underpaid by at least $20, of which $96,000 will be paid to approximately 300 current and former Delaware employees. The amount being paid to these employees includes up to five year of underpayments with interest.