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Tonight is crunch night for state legislators

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DOVER— State lawmakers are entering the final day of this year’s legislative session with plenty of work still left to do.

While the House and Senate have passed a $4 billion operating budget for the fiscal year that starts tomorrow, a controversial school redistricting plan for Wilmington backed by Gov. Jack Markell is languishing in the Senate, much to the frustration of Wilmington-area lawmakers.

House and Senate lawmakers were scheduled to convene this evening and work into the early morning hours before bringing down the gavel on this year’s legislative session.

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