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Senate OKs mail-in voting despite claims it violates Constitution

Charles Megginson Government, Headlines

The Delaware Senate on Thursday passed a controversial bill to cement mail-in voting as an option for voters in all future elections. Senate Bill 320, sponsored by Sen. Kyle Evans Gay, D-Ardens, passed 13 to 8 just before midnight with a last-minute amendment from Sen. Colin Bonini, R-Dover. “While vote by mail is particularly helpful for those who may find …

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Lawyer who championed Title IX sees backlash for position on trans women in sports

Charles Megginson Education, Government, Headlines, Sports

Tom Neuberger Wilmington attorney Tom Neuberger has been an advocate for women in sports since the 1970s when he helped ensure equal athletic opportunities for girls in Delaware under Title IX. He thought he had won that battle, but nearly 50 years later, Neuberger fears women’s sports are being threatened once again. But since he’s begun to speak up about …

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Lawsuits against Carney aim to ‘restore religious freedom forever in Delaware’

Charles Megginson Government, Headlines

Townsend Free Will Baptist Church in Townsend, Del. Two pastors have announced separate lawsuits against Gov. John Carney in the Delaware Court of Chancery. A 92-page complaint made public Tuesday night alleges that Carney’s Emergency Orders throughout the first 14 weeks of the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020 denied the pastors their absolute religious freedoms on 29 separate occasions. Behind the …