DOVER – Gov. John Carney signed a nearly $5.1 billion operating budget for the state on June 28, which marks the state’s largest in history. The operating budget, approved by […]
DOVER — Delaware State University’s top request for state funding this year is $2.56 million to cover salaries and benefits for the faculty and staff members brought on from acquiring […]
DOVER – State lawmakers received good news for the second straight month on Wednesday, as fiscal analysts improved Delaware’s revenue outlook for the current and impending fiscal years and lessened […]
(AP) — Members of the legislature’s budget-writing committee are getting ready this week to begin reviewing Democratic Gov. John Carney proposed $4.25 billion spending plan for next year. The Joint […]
DOVER, Del. (AP) — Democratic lawmakers tried unsuccessfully to strong-arm Republicans late Thursday as an impasse over a budget for the fiscal year starting Saturday continued to escalate. Amid public […]
(AP) — Legislative budget writers are scheduled to resume their work as negotiations between Republican and Democratic leaders over a spending plan for the fast-approaching fiscal year have stalled. The […]
Nonprofits could get $8.9 million less from the state next year. The state meted out $45.9 million in grant-in-aid money to nonprofits for 2017, but Delaware is facing a $382 […]
DOVER, Del. (AP) — Members of the legislature’s budget-writing committee began whittling away at Delaware’s state spending Tuesday, including agreeing to eliminate the state Board of Education, as they work […]
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Attorney General Matt Denn is calling on lawmakers to use $29 million in settlements from banks to help low-income communities in Delaware. Denn announced his proposal Wednesday […]
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