In recent months, Delaware has seen the rise and fall of a local effort to bring a right-to-work law to the First State.
It all started with a proposal by Sussex County Councilman Rob Arlett back in October 2017 to make the county a designated right-to-work area. At the time, many questioned whether a county government could pass such a law. Attorney General Matt Denn ultimately decided it could not. This moved the fight to the General Assembly, where Rep. Ronald Gray could not get the votes to move the bill out of committee.
For now, the effort is quashed. But we want to hear what you think. Click below to answer this week’s DBT poll question on right-to-work laws in Delaware: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DPZDWWG