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8:18 am
Wed November 6, 2013

GOP Calls Delaware Treasurer's Office "Out of Control"

Delaware State Treasurer Chip Flowers
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Delaware State Treasurer Chip Flowers is coming under attack from Delaware Republicans, who called his office “out of control.”

Senate Minority Leader Gary Simpson and Minority Whip Greg Lavelle said they were reacting to a story in the Wilmington News Journal that quoted Flowers as saying that financial records in his office are in disarray or missing.

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8:54 am
Mon July 29, 2013

Hearings On Planned Parenthood Clinics in Delaware

State Senator Greg Lavelle (R-Dover)
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WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - Two state lawmakers are hosting a hearing this week related to problems uncovered recently at a Planned Parenthood clinic that performs abortions in Wilmington.

Republican Senate Minority Leader Greg Lavelle and Democratic state Rep. Gerald Brady will hold the hearing Tuesday at the Chase Center on the Riverfront.

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8:44 am
Mon June 10, 2013

The "meltaway" Vote in Delaware Senate

Senator Greg Lavelle (D-De)
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If you want to find out how a Delaware State Senator voted on an issue in committee you might not know much even after the panel adjourns.

That’s the complaint from Phil Drew who is active in Republican politics and lives near Bethany Beach.

He says that there are no ayes and nays.

Instead the measure is sent around for signatures of those who want to release it to the full Senate.

And, that, Drew told the Wilmington News Journal results in lawmakers not being held accountable.

State senator Greg Lavelle seconds that view.

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12:15 pm
Thu September 20, 2012

Delaware GOP Unveils Agenda

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DOVER, Del. (AP) - Incumbent Republican lawmakers and candidates for legislative seats are unveiling an agenda for improving state government and Delaware's economy.


State GOP chairman John Sigler joined fellow Republicans on Thursday to announce the 15-point "Making Delaware First Again" agenda.

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8:58 am
Wed August 1, 2012

Delaware AG Delays Investigation Into Sussex Inmate Work Release Program

Delaware State Attorney General Beau Biden is going to wait for an internal probe by the Delaware Department of Correction into an inmate day-labor program that was abruptly shut down in Sussex County.

The Wilmington News Journal reports that outraged Republican state representatives Greg Lavelle and Deborah Hudson who called for an independent investigation.

John Fluharty, executive director of the state Republican Party, charged that the Democrats were “clearly kicking the can down the road hoping nobody will be held accountable until after the election.” 

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9:07 am
Fri July 20, 2012

Delaware Attorney General Asked to Investigate Sussex County Inmate Work Program

DOVER, Del. (AP) — Republican state lawmakers are asking Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden to investigate whether an inmate work program violated state law.

Reps. Greg Lavelle and Deborah Hudson wrote to Biden on Thursday expressing concerns about a day labor program in Sussex County.

The letter was sent after the U.S. Attorney for Delaware declined a similar request by state GOP Chairman John Sigler for an investigation, saying Sigler should contact the FBI with any concerns.

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1:39 pm
Tue June 5, 2012

Greg Lavelle Makes State Senate Bid in Delaware

DOVER, Del. (AP) - House minority leader Greg Lavelle has launched a state Senate bid.

Calling himself an independent reformer and advocate of open, accountable government, the Wilmington Republican announced his campaign for the Fourth Senate District in a telephone town hall meeting with district residents Monday night.

Lavelle was elected to the House in 2000. He opted to run for Senate after Democrats who control both chambers of the legislature passed a redistricting plan last year that left him in the same House district as fellow GOP incumbent Deborah Hudson.

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8:47 am
Fri May 18, 2012

Delaware Energy Efficiency Panel Meets Amidst Public Scrutiny

 

NEW CASTLE, Del. (AP) - Members of the board overseeing Delaware's Sustainable Energy Utility are meeting amid heightened public scrutiny of the energy efficiency program.

The SEU oversight panel was scheduled to meet Friday morning at the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control offices in New Castle.

Lawmakers voted in 2008 to establish the oversight board to help promote energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies in Delaware.

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