CRI News


COVID and the Working Poor

COVID and the Working Poor By Dr. John Stapleford May 18, 2020   As of this date there ha...
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CRI announces new Board Chair: Matt Lenzini

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 14, 2020   The Caesar Rodney Institute announces Matt Lenzini as new Board Chair   (Newark, DE) - The Caesar Rodney Institute has announced that the Board has elected Matt Lenzini as their new Board Chair. Matt brings seasoned experience to...
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Unemployment during COVID-19

Unemployment during COVID-19 By Dr. John Stapleford May 12, 2020   Officially, accordin...
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CRI Policy Position on COVID-19

UPDATED RELEASE: May 4, 2020 (original release dated April 30, 2020)   RE: CRI Policy Position on COVID-19 ...
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Second step in dealing with Delaware’s budget deficit

FOR RELEASE April 29, 2020   RE: Second step in dealing with Delaware’s budget deficit by David T. Stevenson, CRI Policy Director ...
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First Step in Dealing with Delaware's Budget Deficit (4/21/2020)

In just one month the spending limit has dropped $443 million for the 2020 Fiscal Year state budget that begins on July 1, according to the Delaware Financial Advisory Council (DEFAC). The lockdown of the economy in response to the COVID-19 virus is hitting Delaware hard, and DEFAC is looking at nea...
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Letter to Governor Carney: We urge you, Sir to suspend the CON laws immediately

April 15, 2020 Dear Governor Carney:   The present pandemic has shone the spotlight on the restrictive occupational licensing of doctors and nurses in their mobility state to state as well as practice restrictions in many states including Delaware. In a matter of a few days under the p...
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Some truths need to be spoken... (4/6/2020)

As the pandemic of the coronavirus (Covid-19) evolves, some truths need to be spoken. Firstly, surgical masks do not protect the wearer of the mask. They protect others from the spittle that occurs with speech. That is why we wear surgical masks in the operating room. Secondly, gloves do n...
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Pandemic panicked politicians threaten freedom & Economy

Time will tell whether selective business closures, and shelter in place orders by governors around the country will have been any more effective than pleas for voluntary actions requested in most states. More certain is the immediate impact on laid off employees, lost business income, and loss...
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A DE Recession? (3/24/2020)

What will be the impact of the Covid-19 virus on Delaware's economy?   There are two extreme views among economists regarding the U.S. economy. The first view anticipates a substantial recession similar to 2008-09. The second expects a severe dip in the second quarter of 2020 with a ...
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