June 8th, 2023
By David T. Stevenson, Director Center for Energy & Environmental PolicyJune 8, 2023 An extended period of hazardous air pollution caused by wildfire smoke from Canada jeopardizes Delaware’s status […]
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March 4th, 2023
By David T. Stevenson, DirectorCenter for Energy & Environmental Policy Survey found that 63% of voters who voted in the last two elections are less likely to vote for a […]
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February 6th, 2023
Caesar Rodney Institute experts presented their 2023 Legislative Priorities to Legislators on the following issues: the economy, education, energy & environment, and health policy. All Delaware Legislators were personally invited, […]
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January 25th, 2023
By Dr. Tanya Hettler, Ph.D. Center for Education Excellence, Caesar Rodney Institute December 30, 2022 In the most recent U.S. Census Bureau data from 2020, as provided in the report […]
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