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By Edward Hudgins
Free thinkers could find a home in the Republican Party
Topic - Collin O'Mara
A Delaware boy, 16, was bit by a shark in waters off Cape Henlopen State Park earlier this week, but state officials decreed just a day later that the beach was safe to reopen and the coastline clear of danger.
Delaware's environmental secretary is resigning his post to lead the National Wildlife Federation.
Attention drivers. Effective with model year 2014, all new vehicles sold in Delaware must comply with draconian California emissions standards that are more stringent than even federal regulations. Delaware won't be the last state where this happens.
"We have taken every precaution," Mr. O'Mara said, in the News Journal. "All evidence points to it being a completely isolated event."
"We saw plenty of dolphins, cow-nose rays, sturgeon and menhaden, but no sharks," said Collin O'Mara, secretary of the state Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, the local Wilmington, Del., News Journal reported.