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Latest Jack Markell Items
Delaware Gov. Jack Markell joined former Vermont Gov. Jim Douglas on Monday to express their support for the new Common Core academic standards and the need to counter what they said was "misinformation" about the education program.
With the National School Climate Survey reporting that as many as 64 percent of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youths likely to suffer from depression, suicide attempts and substance abuse, organizations across the state are joining together to implement early-intervention services in schools and the community.
Calling the quality of Delaware waterways "unacceptable and embarrassing," Gov. Jack Markell on Tuesday proposed an annual fee of up to $85 on Delaware households to pay for a comprehensive cleanup plan.
Delaware is bracing for up to 10 inches of snow in parts of the state and the governor has issued a warning to motorists to be cautious on the roads.
Gov. Jack Markell says he will left a state of emergency and driving warning in Kent and Sussex counties, but urged motorists to exercise caution as a winter storm continued to dump snow on the mid-Atlantic region.
A winter storm has postponed the start of hearings by the legislative committee charged with writing Delaware's annual capital improvement budget.
Delaware's new chief justice has officially taken over the reigns as head of the state's judiciary.
Online poker players in Delaware may soon have a bigger pool of competitors to play against.
The governors of Delaware and Nevada signed a first-of-its kind Internet gambling agreement on Tuesday that establishes a legal framework allowing residents of the two states to play online poker against one another.