Advocates for struggling DE college want more state funding

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Advocates for struggling DE college want more state funding

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Advocates for a private college in Delaware that has already received millions of taxpayer dollars say the institution's request for another $3.2 million is urgently needed.

Last week, both the Dover City Council and Kent County Levy Court passed resolutions urging the General Assembly to approve the funding request from Wesley College, The News Journal reported.

Rep. Sean Lynn from Dover, where the college is located, said the latest round of funding is "imperative."

But another lawmaker who is part of the committee that will decide whether to allocate the funds told the newspaper he has concerns. 

 

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