Issue 4.36
September 7, 2018
From the President
I hope you were able to enjoy the holiday weekend, taking advantage of the last bit of summer as fall fast approaches. In 1894, Labor Day became an official federal holiday. Former U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Tom Perez said of this day, "...Labor Day gives us an opportunity to recognize the invaluable contributions that working men and women make to our nation, our economy and our collective prosperity." 

Primary Results Set Stage for November
by James DeChene

​Congratulations to last night’s primary election winners as they now will go on to face their general election opponents (unless they were one of the few who have no general election candidate, and have therefore will be in office in January 2019).

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A New Role for DEFAC 
by Michael Houghton, Esq.

The Governor and Legislature this year have acted responsibly, setting aside almost $50 million as a buffer for next year and what could be an economic downturn. But the Advisory Panel recommended more than a one-year fix. We advocated permanent, systematic modifications designed to avoid this “feast or famine” phenomena...

In a recent study done by Paychex, Delaware ranked 1st overall for number of minority women-owned businesses in America!

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