DOVER, Del. (AP) - Delaware's congressional delegation and governor have told U.S. officials that they remain committed to the establishment of a national park in the state.
Delaware is the only state without a national park. Last year, Delaware's senators introduced the First State National Historical Park Act of 2011; a companion bill was introduced in the House.
The politicians are also asking the Obama administration to consider the Woodlawn Trustees property to be included into Delaware's first national park unit.