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Delays in Launching Medical Marijuana Program Holding Delaware Back

By Editor's note: This is the second in a two-part series. |

In 2011, Gov. Jack Markell signed the Delaware Medical Marijuana Act into law only to suspend the program less than a year later in response to pressure from the U.S. Department of Justice. In August 2013, Markell announced his intention to reboot the program with a goal of creating one pilot medical marijuana distribution center—known as a compassion center—sometime in 2015.


Markell Highlights Criminal Justice Reforms in Address

Delaware Gov. Jack Markell spoke on the current progress that has been made in the criminal justice system, and what reforms can lead to a "brighter future" for the state during the 2015 State of the State address Thursday in the Senate chamber at Legislative Hall.

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Ex-Schoolteacher Wins $3.4M Verdict In Case Over 'Aggressive' Surgery

By Max Mitchell |

A former schoolteacher allegedly disabled for life due to an "unreasonably aggressive" surgery won a more than $3 million verdict in front of a Sussex County jury.

Ford, Jaguar Beat Infringement Claims Over Visual Displays

By Gina Passarella |

A patent battle between a vehicle technology company on one side and Ford and Jaguar on the other came down to the definition of "page." And Ford and Jaguar won.