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ICYMI – Governor Carney’s Op-Ed: We’re Making Progress

WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney published an op-ed in The News Journal about progress made in Delaware to strengthen our economy, improve Delaware’s schools, protect our environment, and responsibly manage taxpayer dollars. The following is an excerpt from Governor Carney’s op-ed: “Over the past three years, we have worked hard to connect with Delawareans […]




Op-ed: Protecting the Health of our Young People by Raising the Minimum Sales Age of Tobacco Products from 18 to 21

Protecting the Health of our Young People, and our State’s Future, by Raising the Minimum Sales Age of Tobacco Products from 18 to 21 Op-ed by Karyl T. Rattay, MD, MS, Director, Division of Public Health, Delaware Department of Health and Social Services It’s a fact that most smokers start using tobacco as youth: Eighty-nine […]




Governor Carney: It’s time, Wilmington!

Op-ed by Governor John Carney What makes a city great? Cities are centers of commerce, arts, sports and places where we can live together. Great cities have good schools and safe and strong neighborhoods where every child has an opportunity to be successful. But great cities are more than the sum of these parts. A […]




Governor Carney: EPA can’t let other states pollute Delaware’s air

Op-ed by Governor John Carney Watching a Blue Rocks game. Sitting by the pool. Walking along the Rehoboth boardwalk. For most of us, that’s what summertime means. It’s a time of fun and relaxation. But for the majority of Delawareans with asthma or other breathing problems, summer can be a nightmare. That’s because Delaware’s air […]




OP-ED: Soaring health care costs are holding Delaware back. Here’s what we’re doing to fix them.

Op-ed by Rick Geisenberger, Secretary of the Delaware Department of Finance Over the next several weeks, as we complete another budget debate in Dover, we should not lose sight of Delaware’s long-term challenges and of one issue in particular: the rising cost of health care. The projected growth rate for state spending on health care […]







 Pages Tagged With: "op-ed"

ICYMI – Governor Carney’s Op-Ed: We’re Making Progress

WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney published an op-ed in The News Journal about progress made in Delaware to strengthen our economy, improve Delaware’s schools, protect our environment, and responsibly manage taxpayer dollars. The following is an excerpt from Governor Carney’s op-ed: “Over the past three years, we have worked hard to connect with Delawareans […]




Op-ed: Protecting the Health of our Young People by Raising the Minimum Sales Age of Tobacco Products from 18 to 21

Protecting the Health of our Young People, and our State’s Future, by Raising the Minimum Sales Age of Tobacco Products from 18 to 21 Op-ed by Karyl T. Rattay, MD, MS, Director, Division of Public Health, Delaware Department of Health and Social Services It’s a fact that most smokers start using tobacco as youth: Eighty-nine […]




Governor Carney: It’s time, Wilmington!

Op-ed by Governor John Carney What makes a city great? Cities are centers of commerce, arts, sports and places where we can live together. Great cities have good schools and safe and strong neighborhoods where every child has an opportunity to be successful. But great cities are more than the sum of these parts. A […]




Governor Carney: EPA can’t let other states pollute Delaware’s air

Op-ed by Governor John Carney Watching a Blue Rocks game. Sitting by the pool. Walking along the Rehoboth boardwalk. For most of us, that’s what summertime means. It’s a time of fun and relaxation. But for the majority of Delawareans with asthma or other breathing problems, summer can be a nightmare. That’s because Delaware’s air […]




OP-ED: Soaring health care costs are holding Delaware back. Here’s what we’re doing to fix them.

Op-ed by Rick Geisenberger, Secretary of the Delaware Department of Finance Over the next several weeks, as we complete another budget debate in Dover, we should not lose sight of Delaware’s long-term challenges and of one issue in particular: the rising cost of health care. The projected growth rate for state spending on health care […]