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Governor Carney Signs Bill Allowing Organ Donation for HIV-Positive Donors and Recipients

Governor also recognized April 2017 as National Donate Life Month in Delaware DOVER, Del.  –  Governor Carney on Tuesday signed into law Senate Bill 17, which allows HIV-positive Delawareans to donate organs to HIV-positive recipients, and allows organs from HIV-positive donors to be used for clinical research. Governor Carney also signed a proclamation recognizing April […]




Partnership Creates Major Business Incubator & Research Institute at Experimental Station

State of Delaware, DuPont and University of Delaware partner to form Delaware Innovation Space, Inc.   WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Monday announced the creation of the Delaware Innovation Space, Inc. – a nonprofit public-private partnership established by the State of Delaware, DuPont, and the University of Delaware that will catalyze the entrepreneurial […]




Governor Carney, Secretary Bunting Announce $7.6 Million Early Childhood Education Grant

Grant targets early learning opportunities for children from low-income families WILMINGTON, Del. – A $7.65 million federal grant will help Delaware expand high quality early childhood education to more of the state’s youngest learners over the next five years. This new Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grant follows a $7.24 million grant the state received […]




Governor Carney Nominates Noel Primos to Delaware Superior Court in Kent County

Primos has been a private practice lawyer in Dover WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Thursday announced his nomination to appoint Dover attorney Noel Primos to serve as a Delaware Superior Court Judge in Kent County. The Delaware Senate must approve the Governor’s nomination. “Noel is a long-time Dover lawyer who is well respected […]




Governor Carney Presents Order of the First State to Justice Randy J. Holland

Justice Holland is longest-serving Justice in Delaware history WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Wednesday presented the Order of the First State to retired Delaware Supreme Court Justice Randy J. Holland. Justice Holland, who retired at the end of March, is the longest-serving Justice in Delaware history. Governor Carney presented Justice Holland with the […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Governor Carney"

Governor Carney Signs Bill Allowing Organ Donation for HIV-Positive Donors and Recipients

Governor also recognized April 2017 as National Donate Life Month in Delaware DOVER, Del.  –  Governor Carney on Tuesday signed into law Senate Bill 17, which allows HIV-positive Delawareans to donate organs to HIV-positive recipients, and allows organs from HIV-positive donors to be used for clinical research. Governor Carney also signed a proclamation recognizing April […]




Partnership Creates Major Business Incubator & Research Institute at Experimental Station

State of Delaware, DuPont and University of Delaware partner to form Delaware Innovation Space, Inc.   WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Monday announced the creation of the Delaware Innovation Space, Inc. – a nonprofit public-private partnership established by the State of Delaware, DuPont, and the University of Delaware that will catalyze the entrepreneurial […]




Governor Carney, Secretary Bunting Announce $7.6 Million Early Childhood Education Grant

Grant targets early learning opportunities for children from low-income families WILMINGTON, Del. – A $7.65 million federal grant will help Delaware expand high quality early childhood education to more of the state’s youngest learners over the next five years. This new Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grant follows a $7.24 million grant the state received […]




Governor Carney Nominates Noel Primos to Delaware Superior Court in Kent County

Primos has been a private practice lawyer in Dover WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Thursday announced his nomination to appoint Dover attorney Noel Primos to serve as a Delaware Superior Court Judge in Kent County. The Delaware Senate must approve the Governor’s nomination. “Noel is a long-time Dover lawyer who is well respected […]




Governor Carney Presents Order of the First State to Justice Randy J. Holland

Justice Holland is longest-serving Justice in Delaware history WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Wednesday presented the Order of the First State to retired Delaware Supreme Court Justice Randy J. Holland. Justice Holland, who retired at the end of March, is the longest-serving Justice in Delaware history. Governor Carney presented Justice Holland with the […]