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Delaware's Offshore Wind Legislation Will Raise Energy Bills and Fail to Deliver
Ignoring cost caps and competitive bidding, this law burdens homeowners with higher costs while neglecting affordable alternatives

by David T. Stevenson,

Center for Energy & Environmental Policy

July 11, 2024

Building Strong Readers in Delaware: Applying the Science of Reading

By Dr. Tanya Hettler, PhD

Center for Education Policy

Friday, June 14, 2024


DE Family Policy Council
The Delaware Family Policy Council is a community of Delawareans who want to protect and cultivate a culture of family values in their state and local government.
23-24 Session In Review
July 10, 2024

June 30th marked the end of the Legislative year and the last day of a two-year Legislative Session. It began with the chaos of protestors loudly chanting in the lobby, “free Palestine!” and calling for an Israeli ceasefire, while Senators stood at the doors to block entry. The day continued with all of the ideologies and worldviews we’ve seen all year heavily on display as bills passed and failed. Senator Richardson introduced a resolution for a task force that would study the breakdown of the nuclear family. The opposition from the Democrat legislators was immediate, and the resolution failed. It was a perfect representation of the worldview that is prevailing in government and education institutions. During the discussion for this resolution, Senator McBride commented that words matter and that we take cues from how the sponsor intends for those words to inform the mission of the legislation itself.

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