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A survey shows that child care cost and availability is holding families back in the First State. The survey conducted by a coalition of advocacy groups finds care and education for children under five in Delaware is difficult, costly, and burdensome for families with high prices for tuition, long waitlists, and few options reported.
Gov. John Carney signed a proclamation declaring February 2023 as Teen Dating Violence Prevention and Awareness Month in Delaware. Surrounded by politicians, education stakeholders and Delaware Family Court officials, Carney outlined the need to help keep young Delawareans safe from dating violence. “The idea that young boys and girls experience...
A state lawmaker is revisiting a push to scale back Delaware’s realty transfer tax, albeit using a more limited approach. Delaware’s four percent realty transfer has been scrutinized by lawmakers and Delaware’s Board of Realtor. for the past half-decade. It is significantly higher than neighboring states after...
A new study finds the majority of coal-fired power plants in the U.S. are more expensive to operate than swapping out for solar. That’s according to the nonpartisan think tank Energy Innovation Policy and Technology. Here & Now‘s Deepa Fernandes looks at what the findings could mean for the...