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Delaware Throws In With Popular Vote States

Delaware became the 13th state Thursday to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC), a group of states whose objective is to elect the next U.S. President by popular vote. Delaware Gov. John Carney signed SB22 into law, as reported by the Associated Press, making Delaware the 14th jurisdiction — 13 states plus the District of Columbia — enacting ...

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Oregon Man Who Allegedly Raped Teen Girl Is TWICE-Deported Illegal Alien, Feds Say

  by Will Racke A Guatemalan national who allegedly raped a teenage girl had been deported twice before his latest arrest in Oregon, federal officials said Monday. Anastacio Eugenio Lopez Fabian, 24, was arrested in Seaside, Ore., on Feb. 14, after investigators determined he had sex several times with a girl younger than 14, reported The Daily Astorian. That same day, ...

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Daycare Fight Club???

Every day parents drop their children off at daycare. They hope and pray their child has a good day, eats his lunch and snacks, doesn’t cry too much and plays with friends. They expect their licensed daycare program will offer a safe and secure haven while they’re at work. It’s every parent’s nightmare to imagine their child is neither being ...

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Too Many Meds for Foster Kids?

ABC News Exclusive Report with Diane Sawyer, on a report which will be released this Thursday by the Government Accountability Office (GAO). The report is the findings of a two-year-long investigation of psychiatric medications being prescribed to foster children at an alarming rate. Fives states were involved in the investigation– Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, Oregon and Texas. video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo ...

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Operation March Sadness

It’s not every day that state employees are caught on video threatening, lying to, and blatantly stealing from innocent citizens—but that’s exactly what happened on March 25 in a quiet neighborhood in Claymont, Delaware. With the help of the Delaware State Police, a horde of Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) workers rumbled through two subdivisions early Friday morning, uprooting street-side ...

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O’Donnell Bridges Gap with GOP Statewide Candidates; Urged Need for Republican Unity

WILMINGTON, DE – Christine O’Donnell, Republican Nominee for U.S. Senate today hosted a GOP Unity Reception for Delaware Republican candidates. Giving her endorsement and financial assistance to candidates, O’Donnell made the following statement: “As we head into the home stretch of the election season, Delawareans have a stark choice. If voters think that they are sending too little money to ...

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