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Just three days into the challenge, they have raised more than $10,000 for the World Food Program, enough to provide more than 40,000 school lunches.
Beau made an appearance on ABC’s This Week this past Sunday, reviewing issues addressed in the Vice Presidential debate. CLICK TO VIEW VIDEO.
Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden joins Morning Joe to discuss his father’s comments on same-sex marriage on last week’s “Meet the Press.”
Jeremy Hobson: So far 40 states have signed on to a national settlement with the nation’s big banks. It would force the banks to pay people who lost their homes to foreclosure, and reduce costs for homeowners who are underwater. That’s in exchange for dropping civil lawsuits against banks accused of engaging in abusive foreclosure practices.
But several states are still holding out for a better deal. One of those is Delaware, and that state’s attorney general, Beau Biden, joins us now.
18 states require any adult who knows or suspects child abuse to report it by law. South Carolina is not one of them.
State Representative Peter McCoy now working to change that. “If you look at the way our law is structured right now, it says that your police officers, fire fighters, professors and teachers have to report if they know for a fact that child sex abuse is going on. What I want to propose is to encompass everybody. So if anybody has any actual knowledge of child sex abuse that is happening, they need to report it,” he says.
Beau Biden, son of Vice President Joe Biden, and Attorney General of Delaware, couldn’t agree more. Delaware is one of those 18 states that require anyone to report. Biden was in town Thursday night for the annual Darkness to Light fundraiser. He says, “This is a moment in time with all that is going on in the city, as well as at Penn State, where the eyes of the world are on the sad reality of pedophilia and child abuse and sexual abuse to children.”