JFC Meetings on Hold Until Revenue Negotiations Proceed

JFC Meetings on Hold Until Revenue Negotiations Proceed

by James DeChene This week JFC met and voted to cut about $33 million from state spending, including eliminating the State Board of Education. Future…

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Sussex and Kent Advisory Committees Meet, and so does JFC

Sussex and Kent Advisory Committees Meet, and so does JFC

by James DeChene This week the Sussex and Kent County Advisory Committees met. In Sussex, attendees heard from DELDOT Secretary Cohan, who gave an overview…

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This Week in Dover

This Week in Dover

by James DeChene This week, the Small Business Alliance, a State Chamber of Commerce committee focused on the small business community, held their annual Small…

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This Week in Dover

This Week in Dover

by James DeChene In an unceasing effort to keep our members au courant on the goings on in Dover, this week’s post is being written…

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Chamber Board Members in Legislative Hall

Chamber Board Members in Legislative Hall

by James DeChene Last week and this week Chamber Board of Directors have met with Leadership, and other members of the General Assembly, discussing the…

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This week in Dover

This week in Dover

by James DeChene HS1 to HB1, a bill that would restrict employers’ ability to ask applicants about their salary history, passed the House and will…

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Latest DEFAC Forecast Continues Downward Trend

Latest DEFAC Forecast Continues Downward Trend

by James DeChene Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council (DEFAC) met on April 19, and the news stemming from their latest forecast continues to be…

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Rethinking Economic Development in Delaware

Rethinking Economic Development in Delaware

by James DeChene Governor Carney has released the report from the Delaware Economic Development Working Group. This is the group that was formed to consider…

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This Week in Dover

This Week in Dover

by James DeChene Following a week where Governor Carney released his ‘State of the State for Delaware’, outlining his priorities that included Coastal Zone Act…

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More Manufacturing Jobs, Lower Medicaid Enrollment

More Manufacturing Jobs, Lower Medicaid Enrollment

by Mark DiMaio Delaware’s Medicaid enrollment continues to rise. Since 1999, Medicaid enrollment has grown from just under 100,000 to over 230,000. The growth has…

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