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Sarah Mueller

Political Reporter

Sarah covers politics for Delaware Public Media. She was a local government reporter for several newspapers before switching to public radio. She previously covered the state legislature as an intern with NPR Illinois while earning her master’s degree in Public Affairs Reporting. She comes to Delaware from Tallahassee, Florida where she also covered state government as a fellow with WFSU. When not working, she enjoys playing with her dog, hiking and reading.

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Department of Correction Commissioner Perry Phelps says progress is being made on installing cameras at the Vaughn Correctional Center.


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Gov. John Carney’s office confirms the state has paid former state Treasurer Chip Flowers $22,500 in taxpayer money to drop a Freedom of Information lawsuit.

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Legislation passed Tuesday in the Delaware Senate could impact an energy project that may raise electricity bills for Delmarva Power ratepayers.

PJM Interconnection wants to finish a project that runs a transmission line from New Jersey’s Artificial Island to Delaware.

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Delaware’s junior senator was part of a bipartisan group that helped end the recent government shutdown.


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The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Department of Agriculture are releasing new regulations on guns in parks next month.


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Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn has filed a lawsuit against opioid drug makers.


Budget uncertainty in Congress is leaving states like Delaware unsure of funding it’s come to rely on. This comes as Gov. John Carney is set to announce his budget proposal this week.


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The Delaware House has introduced legislation updating its rules on addressing sexual harassment complaints.The proposal would clearly define how complaints would be made and investigated.


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Gov. John Carney (D-Delaware) plans to make education a top priority this year.


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Lawmakers in the House Economic Development, Banking, Insurance and Commerce Committee killed proposed right-to-work legislation.

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