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PRESS RELEASE: LEOBOR Reform Polling Data Shows Overwhelming Support

The Delaware: Police Accountability NOW campaign hosted a rally in support of SB 149 at Legislative Hall today, where they revealed new polling data that shows overwhelming support for key reforms to the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights (LEOBOR).

June 22, 2021

The Truth About Right to Counsel

SB 101, the right to counsel for eviction defense bill, is about helping Delaware’s tenants, landlords, and economy.

June 14, 2021

The Home Stretch: June 2021 Legislative Update

The 151st General Assembly’s legislative session is less than a month from its closing, and we’re making the final push to urge members of the General Assembly to support this year’s priority legislation.

June 4, 2021