Chamber Highlights Pros and Cons of the First Half of the 148th General Assembly

Chamber Highlights Pros and Cons of the First Half of the 148th General Assembly

By James DeChene Transportation Infrastructure Funding In the aftermath of last year’s failed measure to raise the gas tax to help fund infrastructure projects, the…

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George Mason’s Mercatus Center Ranks States’ Fiscal Health—Delaware in Middle of the Pack

George Mason’s Mercatus Center Ranks States’ Fiscal Health—Delaware in Middle of the Pack

By James Dechene Last week George Mason’s Mercatus Center released a report ranking each state by their financial health based on short- and long-term debt…

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Q&A with David Small of DNREC: Checking in with DNREC's Secretary

Q&A with David Small of DNREC: Checking in with DNREC’s Secretary

By Emily Riley Permits and paperwork is what most think of at the mention of Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. While those…

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148th General Assembly Session Recap

148th General Assembly Session Recap

By James DeChene As the sun rose on July 1st, the first half of the 148th General Assembly Session drew to a close. The first…

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DSCC Backs Transportation Package - Calls for additional funding

DSCC Backs Transportation Package – Calls for additional funding

Dover, DE (July 1, 2015) – The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce is supportive of the $30MM in additional revenue allocated by the General Assembly…

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Infrastructure Package Moves Forward

Infrastructure Package Moves Forward

By James DeChene The State House of Representatives today took the first official step in reaching a proposed $100 million total infrastructure deal.  Tasked by…

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Delaware Companies Support TPA

Delaware Companies Support TPA

By James DeChene 15 Delaware companies recently signed onto a coalition letter urging Congress to pass Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) legislation. TPA is vital because…

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Update from Dover

Update from Dover

by James DeChene The General Assembly is currently enjoying a two week break for Easter, and is due back in Dover on April 21st. On…

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