In his weekly message, the Governor talks about issues raised following the tragedy in Connecticut.
Like so many others in Delaware and around the country this week, I have spent a lot of time last few days thinking about the issues raised by the awful tragedy in Connecticut. In living rooms and kitchens, as well as at the highest levels of government, we are having conversations about what we need to do. Our President has asked Vice-President Biden to lead a group to look at gun laws with a report due in January.
This holiday season, whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or another holiday, highway safety officials remind everyone to give the gift of safe driving and keep each other safe on the roads this holiday season by designating a sober driver, limiting distractions in the car, and allowing plenty of time to get to your destination to alleviate aggressive driving behaviors.
Former state Senate President Pro Tempore and Secretary of Finance Richard S. Cordrey was honored for his 35 years in public service to the State of Delaware with the renaming of the state Department of Agriculture headquarters in his honor.
Delaware’s farmers are being encouraged to complete the 2012 Census of Agriculture, a vitally important tool that helps agriculture advocates, policymakers and others make informed decisions about the future of agriculture.