Delaware Public Media

Trey Paradee

Delaware Public Media

The insurance industry scored a win after lawmakers tabled a bill in a House committee that would’ve limited how they can calculate someone’s auto premiums.


James Morrison / Delaware Public Media

Delaware state lawmakers grilled a PJM vice president Thursday about the latest version of the company's controversial transmission pipeline project.

 


Delaware Public Media

Auto insurance companies would no longer be able to use a person’s age, credit score, marital status and other factors when calculating someone’s premiums under a new bill being considered by the General Assembly.

Courtesy: PJM

State lawmakers are asking state environmental officials to deny permits for a utility expansion project from New Jersey to Delaware over how much the First State will be required to pay for it.

Courtesy: PJM

Delaware House Democrats are calling a plan to force Delmarva utility customers to pay for most of an out-of-state power expansion project “outrageous,” and are urging a new hearing.

A bill looking to raise Delaware’s minimum wage couldn’t budge enough state lawmakers in a House committee Wednesday.