State Rep Debbie Hudson sticks to parents, students, community and taxpayers! AGAIN!

148th General Assembly

House Bill 61

Primary Sponsor(s):


Additional Sponsor(s):    Sen. Peterson


Reps. Briggs King, Dukes, Hensley, Yearick, Baumbach, Bolden, Jaques, Lynn, Matthews, Osienski, Paradee, K. Williams; Sens. Bonini, Lavelle

Introduced On:


Long Title:


Synopsis of Bill:

This bill requires that all public meetings of the boards of education of public school districts, vo-tech school districts, and public meetings of charter schools’ boards of directors be digitally recorded and made available to the public on the districts’ and charter schools’ websites within seven business days. The recordings will not be considered the official board minutes.
Currently the Red Clay Consolidated School District, Christina School District, and the Capital School District on a voluntary basis approved by their boards of education have been providing the public digital recordings of their board public session meetings via the district’s websites.
The Delaware State Board of Education is required by the State Board of Education to make available within one business day digital recordings of its board meetings on the Delaware Department of Education’s website.

Current Status:

Out of Committee   On  05/06/15

House Bill 61 dies as it’s predecessor  House Bill 23  of a desk draw veto in 2014 and 2013. 

A leading supporter of good government/open government legislation, Rep. Hudson has backed initiatives to give the public more access to the budgetary process and to stream audio of the House of Representatives’ proceedings on the Internet.

Yep House of Representatives proceedings are stream on the internet! Problems is, the live streams are recorded but aren’t archives whereas the public can go back an listen. Most people are working during these live audio streams.

Hudson is hooked up with the ass-hats at CSR and High-Pockets Pete. Hudson is the CSR Mule pushing school vouchers via H.B. 161.  

Hudson sponsored H.B. 23 and H.B. 61 and just let it sit there to fade! H.B. 23 made it through House Education Committee and House Appropriations Committee. Hudson did stand-up and fight for either bill. Other legislators were suckered into support both bills.

So life goes on! And Debbie Hudson unemployed lives off the $$$$ backs of the taxpayers at the same time keeping the taxpayers in the dark about local school issues.

We’ll do our best to throw this trash out of public office! 


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