Governor Carney’s Office Cites “Executive Privilege” With Family Services Cabinet Council FOIA Complaint

The Delaware Attorney General’s office released a Freedom of Information Act legal opinion today giving Delaware Governor Carney the right to use executive privilege for a council designed to improve family services in Delaware.  In other words, they are allowed to hold non-public meetings and invite whomever they choose with no one the wiser.  The Attorney General’s office agreed with Carney’s office because of a very bad “separation of powers” clause in state law. Continue reading “Governor Carney’s Office Cites “Executive Privilege” With Family Services Cabinet Council FOIA Complaint”

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Governor Markell On Education… In 2008! The Promises You Made Jack…

Let our teachers teach, instead of wasting time on the flawed Delaware student testing program.

I really like that idea in your second video Jack!  How about letting our teachers teach instead of wasting time on the flawed Delaware student testing program.  Your words, not mine!  I’m still waiting for you to honor this campaign promise Jack…