Congress: Your Paycheck Hard at Work

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Over the years, I’ve worked for a number of professional businesses. Professional businesses that have budgets. Each year, the budgets (or business plans as they are sometimes called) must be created and submitted to the governing board for approval. They have to complete the process every year at the same time, generally no later than during the last quarter of their fiscal year (whenever that is). There is no excuse for not having the process completed by then; and if it is not completed, the business cannot continue to run. It becomes the financial guide for the organization so they know in which direction they’re going. More


SB 30: Taking Delaware in the Right Path – Your voice is needed!

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SB 30Yes, I know.  I’ve been silent for a long time. But honestly, nothing has really crawled under my bonnet until recently.  And boy, has it all made up lost time! I’ll start with the first bee in my bonnet since it’s moving ahead, then probably post something later about the other irksome buzzer.

In case you hadn’t heard, the State of Delaware has finally stepped up to the plate for equality. Last week, Senate Bill 30 was introduced, went through committee, and cleared the full Senate on April 7 with a vote of almost 2-to-1 majority (props to Senator Liane Sorenson of Hockessin who was the only Republican to vote in favor of the bill). More