Sec. 3146. Saving clause. (1125)(1-click HTML)
This subchapter does not explicitly preempt other state laws or regulations that preserve to a greater degree the powers of the Governor or public health authority, provided such laws or regulations are consistent and do not otherwise restrict or interfere with the operation or enforcement of the provisions of this subchapter. The powers assigned to the Governor, public safety authority and public health authority by this subchapter supplement and do not derogate the Governor's powers under subchapters III and IV of this chapter. (1126)
(73 Del. Laws, c. 355, Sec. 13.) (1127)
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