WILMINGTON - Senate Majority Leader Margaret Rose Henry, D-Wilmington East, released the following statement Thursday:
WILMINGTON - Veterans and others suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) will have an easier time accessing medical marijuana under a new law sponsored by Sen. Margaret Rose Henry, D-Wilmington, and signed by Gov. John Carney today.
PTSD was already eligible for medical marijuana in Delaware, but state law made it the only qualifying medical condition that required approval from a licensed psychiatrist. Senate Bill 24, or the Bravery Bill, removes that language, allowing PTSD patients to receive a medical marijuana card from any properly licensed physician.
DOVER - Senate President Pro Tempore David B. McBride issued the following statement regarding DowDuPont's announcement that it will relocate businesses comprising more than $8 billion in annual revenue into its Specialty Products division, based in Wilmington:
Senate President Pro Tempore David B. McBride’s statement on President Trump's suspension of DACA program
DOVER - Senate President Pro Tempore David B. McBride issued the following statement regarding the Trump administration's announcement that it will rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program: