The Morning News for March 15, 2011

by Dave on March 15, 2011

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Powell attorneys: Death is unconstitutional (Cape Gazette)
Imposing the death penalty on Derrick Powell would violate the United States and Delaware Constitutions, his attorneys say. (MORE)

Sheriff’s ideas raising eyebrows (Delaware Online)
Newly elected Sussex County Sheriff Jeff Christopher is stirring controversy with his push for expanding the role of his office, adding staff and talking about the “constitutional authority” of the sheriff, much like a controversial predecessor did. (MORE)

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Naval vessel a ‘no go’ at IR Inlet (Delaware Wave)
A nonprofit group working to house a post-World War II Navy vessel in the Indian River Inlet will have to start searching for other options. (MORE)


Rehoboth Beach Store Owner Indicted on Tax Charges (WBOC)
Delaware Director of Revenue Patrick T. Carter announced Monday that the grand jury for the Superior Court in New Castle County returned an indictment against a self-employed retail store owner based in Rehoboth Beach.  (MORE)

Governor Christie Vetoes Delaware River Bay Authority CIP Budget (GovWatch)
Governor Chris Christie today vetoed the Delaware River Bay Authority’s recently approved capital improvement budget plans because they irresponsibly presumed revenue from a toll increase that has not been approved by the Governors of both states. (MORE)


Delaware vigilant with nuclear safety (Newsworks)

Delaware maintains a watchful eye on four nuclear power plants within 50 miles of its borders. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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