Category: Legislative Updates

2018 Update—July 15th to August 12th

On Sunday the 15th I joined Rep Ed Osienski to present a tribute to a Newark resident on her 100th birthday celebration with her family. On Tuesday the 17th I attended a meeting I called to explore the issue of

2018 Update—June 24th to July 14th

On Sunday the 24th I had a meeting regarding ham radio and how it serves our state. On Monday the 25th I attended a family farewell event for the Delaware Air National Guard (166th Airlift Wing). On Tuesday the 26th

2018 Update—June 11th to 23rd

On Monday the 11th I attended an event at UD’s STAR campus unveiling the Innovation Delaware magazine, and that evening attended the Newark City Council Meeting. On Tuesday before session I joined a conference call for the Delaware Coalition Against

2018 Update – May 29th to June 10th

On Tuesday May 29th I attended a meeting in Wilmington to discuss the proposed new state voting system with stakeholders. I had a conference call regarding the proposed changes to the Delaware criminal code. That evening I attended the Newark

2018 Update—April 29th to May 28th

Update—April 29th to May 28th On Monday April 30th I attended a meeting regarding electronic medical prescriptions, to increase accuracy and reduce costs. Afterwards I attended the signing of HB302, the Beau Biden Gun Violence Reduction Act. On Tuesday the

2018 Update – April 15th to 28th

  On Monday the 16th I attended a forum hosted by the @CityofNewarkDelaware at the George Wilson Center on the upcoming referendum to address both the city’s stormwater challenges, and the need to step up our replacement of decades-old water

2018 Update—March 31st to April 14th

  We had our Spring/Easter break from the legislative session this past two weeks. On Monday the 2nd I caught on Facebook Live a meeting on the healthcare benchmark project. On Monday the 2nd and Tuesday the 3rd in the

2018 Update—March 18th to 30th

On Tuesday the 20th in Dover I attended the kids caucus, and held two meetings with manufactured home owners and their advocates. The legislative session was cancelled on the 21st due to snow. On Thursday I met with the Delaware

2018 Update—March 4th to 17th

  On Sunday the 4th I attended a forum in Wilmington sponsored by the Delaware Sierra Club on Delaware’s Renewable Portfolio Standards. On Monday I went to Cab Calloway School of the Arts to meet a gathering of several clubs

2018 Update—February 18th to March 3rd

On Tuesday the 20th I attended a lecture at the UD by John Carlos, who, with Tommie Smith, gave the 1968 Olympics Human Rights Salute. The lecture was excellent, and inspiring. Afterwards I attended a meet and greet with one