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Del. panel grants infrastructure funding requests

A state panel that doles out infrastructure-related funding for business projects in Delaware has stretched its own rules in giving almost $300,000 to Delaware Technical and Community College to buy equipment. Full story

Del. panel eyes infrastructure funding requests

A state panel in Delaware is considering a request to provide almost $1 million for infrastructure needs related to the planned relocation of a private alternative school in Wilmington. Full story

Del. ranked among top 12 solar states

Delaware officials are touting the state's inclusion in a new report ranking states according to their solar energy capacity. Full story

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  Creating a working solution to fix the economy

Gov. Jack Markell, D-Del., joins The Daily Rundown to talk about the economy, how Delaware is targeting the stem skills gap, if the IRS scandal will have an effect on the administration’s efforts to solicit for health care enrollment, and shares his thoughts on 2016 saying he hopes to cast his vote

  Gun laws in Delaware may get tougher for mentally ill

Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden is proposing legislation that allows a judge to ban someone from owning a gun if a mental health worker tells police the person is a danger.

  Women’s basketball players face distinct career choices

Star basketball player and Delaware native Elena Delle Donne talks about leaving UConn, and moving closer to home at the University of Delaware, where she embarked on a historic four seasons.

  How Delaware plans to take on gun reform

Gov. Jack Markell, D-Del., has unveiled a 5-point plan to reform gun control in his state, and he joins Morning Joe to discuss. Markell has also said he believes Delaware could become the 10th state to legalize same-sex marriage, and he discusses his hopes and expectations for gay marriage passing i

  Biden: Want to protect yourself? Buy a shotgun

The Vice President is generating buzz after a Facebook town hall chat with “Parents” magazine, where he discussed his gun control efforts and advised “if you want to protect yourself, buy a double barrel shotgun.” Biden says that he has two shotguns at his home in Delaware.

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