Our fine legislators have been very busy filing new bills over the last month and I have fallen woefully behind in profiling them, so I am combining them by subject matter in order to catch up. The subjects are Crime, Environment, Marijuana, Elections, Republican Culture Wars, Education, Taxes, Labor, Economy, Insurance, Healthcare and Good Government. Yes, they have been busy.
Ninth up, some environment bills. Well, only one bill. Because the second bill I had in this category, House Bill 237, concerning pesticides, was stricken (or withdrawn).
House Bill 239 creates an exception to the restriction on manufacturers operating vehicle dealerships in Delaware to allow a manufacturer of zero-emission vehicles that does not operate any franchises to own, control or operate dealerships in Delaware. This will make it easier to buy electric vehicles in Delaware.
|House Bill 239 Sponsors||Yes Votes||No Votes|
|Lynn, Baumbach, M.Smith|
|Lockman, Townsend, Gay, S.McBride, Sokola|
|Current Status: House Economic Everything|