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Pa. Senate backs bill to allow guns to be carried without permit | WITF

Pa. Senate backs legislation to allow guns to be carried without permit –

Pennsylvania Senate passes bill to allow concealed or open carrying of firearms without a permit – The Morning Call (

Pa. Senate OKs firearm legislation preempting local gun ordinances, expanding concealed carry – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pa. State Senate Approves Two Bills That Would Allow People To Carry Guns Without Permit – CBS Pittsburgh (

Sen. Comitta backs bills to combat sex assaults on campuses – Daily Local

As Veterans Day approaches, state lawmakers highlight new legislation to benefit Veterans | WHP (

Central Bucks Student Held Diwali Celebration, Honored By Senator | Doylestown, PA Patch

Activist Chat: Nikil Saval People Place Power podcast (

Top Pa. House Republican wants to greatly expand lawmakers’ power over the governor, executive branch –

Republicans unveil new proposals to curb executive power | City & State PA (

Republicans in Pennsylvania eye new limits on gubernatorial powers | Pennsylvania |

Top Pa. House Republican wants to greatly expand lawmakers’ power over the governor, executive branch · Spotlight PA

Pennsylvania committee advances measure to ban private funding of elections | Pennsylvania |

Protesters rally at Pa. Capitol to oppose state and federal vaccine mandates (

‘Everybody needs to fight.’ Vaccine mandate foes protest at Pa. Capitol (

State Senate backs bill to allow guns to be carried without permit | News |

Legislators at work? One in 5 laws enacted in Pa. this year renamed a bridge (or road) – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pa. House GOP renews its push to require post-election reviews – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Philly voters overwhelmingly want to legalize marijuana. Harrisburg should listen. | Opinion (

Boback offers details of support for veterans bill package | Times Leader

State Senate approves legislation to examine PennDOT’s highway maintenance funding formula | News |


Coronavirus - COVID-19

Nearly 1 million kids ages 5-11 will have their first COVID shots by the end of today : NPR

Filipino American caregivers reflect on COVID trauma and healing : Shots – Health News : NPR

Fox News Channel viewers more likely to believe COVID falsehoods, study finds (

Deadly partisan divide: Gap between COVID deaths in red vs. blue counties larger than ever (

Geisinger health care employees file lawsuit to prevent being fired for not getting COVID-19 tests –

Pfizer and BioNTech ask FDA to authorize COVID vaccine booster for people 18+ | WITF

Virtual town halls set by Montgomery County for child COVID vaccine offerings – Mainline Media News

PA officials urge seniors get vaccinated during visit to Bucks County center (

After weeks of declines, COVID-19 cases escalate in Monroe County (

COVID vaccine clinics in Pa. and N.J. busy with boosters, kids under 12 (



SBA awards more SVOG, EIDL funds, but the clock is ticking – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Congress ends ERC early with infrastructure passage – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Wabtec’s Erie workers to help build locomotives for Egyptian railroad (

Inflation probably sped up in October, dashing Washington’s hopes for a quick slowdown. – The New York Times (

Second-hand economy goes mainstream as shoppers hit supply knots (



County commissioners set to approve inmate transport plan as staff shortages persist at Lancaster County Prison | PA Power and Policy |

Philadelphia prisons to resume limited in-person visits | Local News |

South Abington Twp. supervisors signal openness to exploring regional police department | News |



PHL Inno – Drexel student’s AI marketing tech startup takes top prize at Startup Fest pitch competition (

Erie School Board to vote on new teachers’ contract. Here are the basics (

CCIU’s technical and education division gets $550,000 grant (

Pennsylvania school districts’ lawsuit over state funding heads to trial (

Pa. school districts’ lawsuit over funding process they call a ‘system of haves and have nots’ heads to trial –

Swarthmore College students, faculty launch Delco’s first homicide database | State & Region |

Penn Hills police to increase presence at high school Wednesday following social media threat, freshman suspect nabbed |

Lieutenant governor calls on Scranton School District to negotiate fair contract with teachers | Education |



Pittsburgh and Allegheny County election results show new strength and opportunity for Black candidates | 90.5 WESA

Ballots are continuing to process across the Midstate even a week after election (

Citing Problems, Chester County GOP Chair Calls for Forensic Audit of 2021 Election – DV Journal (

Chester County GOP calls for audit of 2021 municipal elections (

York County 2021 general election results: How soon will they be in? (

As Northampton County verifies its votes, losing candidate Steve Lynch looks for fraud – The Morning Call (

Parnell again denies hurting his sons as child-custody case continues | WITF

Parnell custody case wraps up; now in the hands of Butler County judge | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Poll: Young voters excited for 2022. Will they turn out for Dems again? | Wednesday Morning Coffee – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Dr. Oz Might Be Considering Running for Pennsylvania Senate Race | WHP 580 (

POLITICO Playbook: New reminders that this is not normal – POLITICO


Medio ambiente

Indigenous activists are united in a cause and making themselves heard at COP26 : NPR

Climate Solutions: taking us from ignorance to knowledge (

Tips for getting rid of the invasive lanternfly |



Jerry Wesner: The “New Normal” at PHL — will the airport economy lot ever reopen? (

Snow plow drivers needed: PennDOT wants to hire hundreds before winter (

Replacing I-83 South Bridge could take years, cost $600 million and add toll booths: PennDOT –

PennDOT expects additional $4 billion over five years from infrastructure bill | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

PennDOT’s decision to continue pursuing bridge tolling despite federal road money rankles legislators | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Infrastructure bill offers U.S. the chance to catch up with China and the developed world | Trudy Rubin (



FDA reports 100+ drug shortages nationwide (

Game plan for the future: Drug treatment, prevention teams learn from COVID-19 programs to battle substance abuse | Local News |

Nurse whistleblower says Aetna took Medicaid money and failed to provide care to poor children (


Noticias del Estado

PSERS board may keep its own internal performance report private (

A massive probe of Pa.’s largest pension fund is nearly done, but taxpayers may never know the results · Spotlight PA

Pennsylvania to get $12.9 billion for highway, bridge projects from federal infrastructure package, Gov. Wolf says – The Morning Call (

Build Back Better Green Energy Plans May Hit PA Economy Hard – DV Journal (

Pennsylvania expects to get $13 billion for highway, bridge projects over five years – The Morning Call (

Here’s how to solve Pa.’s intellectual disability funding crisis | Opinion – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

U.S. Rep. Dwight Evans highlights Philly’s benefits from infrastructure package | Local News |

Why Pittsburgh Rep. Mike Doyle says Build Back Better must pass | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

State’s home care program has big problems, advocates say | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Drug company settlement money coming soon, state attorney general says in Kingston visit | |


Noticias nacionales

CEO of McDonald’s apologizes after controversial texts about 2 slain children : NPR

NFL fines quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Packers over coronavirus protocols : NPR

Judge rules Trump can’t invoke executive privilege to block release of documents : NPR

Federal judge refuses Trump’s request to block Capitol breach records – The Morning Call (

Breonna Taylor shooting: Myles Cosgrove appeals to get his job back : NPR

Prosecutors in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial rest their case : NPR

Wreaths Across America Honors Fallen Soldiers and Keeps Their Sacrifice Alive – DV Journal (

Split 7 Ways, Immigrant Neighborhood Seeks to Unify Its Political Power – The New York Times (

Casinos have best quarter ever; 2020 total exceeded already | WITF

Dynamic capitalism — not promising bigger government — solves problems (

Winter heating bills loom as the next inflation threat | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Noticias locales

Free breakfast for veterans set for Nov. 12 in Exton – Daily Local

Local officials speaking at a free breakfast for Exton veterans – Daily Local – Pennsylvania News Today

Lower Makefield adds 90 names to the Veterans Square monument to commemorate Operation Desert Storm’s anniversary – thereporteronline – Pennsylvania News Today

Ashe Reelected Despite Withdrawal From Norristown Area School Board – DV Journal (

‘Ghost kitchens’ filling Erie County restaurants’ grills, registers (

Kip Allen ‘bled tartan’ for Edinboro and Edinboro University (

Erie firefighters: Grant help paying for new breathing apparatus (

Delaware County Council hires zero waste consultant to craft 10-year solid waste plan (

These are the top building projects in the Lancaster County area, winning 2021 construction awards [map] | Home & Garden |

Allentown is trying to recoup thousands of dollars retired workers owe for health insurance – The Morning Call (

State College Borough Council appoints nine inaugural members to Community Oversight Board | WITF

Montgomery County authorizes 2022 insurance coverage for employees, families – Mainline Media News

In Norristown, tents are seen as a solution to homelessness (

Luzerne County IT director seeks $3.1M in funding | Times Leader

Vote by Wilkes-Barre City Council releases American Rescue Plan funds | Times Leader

BBerks drivers reminded to ‘Move Over’ for tow trucks and all roadside emergencies (

Reading introduced legislation to cover the gun buyback, the mayor’s car and holiday decorations (



Residents urge Allegheny County Council to revisit, pass fracking ban | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Veterans Day parade begins in Downtown Pittsburgh on Thursday morning |

Helping Pittsburgh be a place of belonging | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh artists speak about loss, stereotypes, and stigma due to mental illness | Health Issue | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

Pittsburgh teen uses own experiences with anxiety and depression to help others | Health Issue | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (



Outdoor dining could become permanent in Philly — but only in certain areas (

How the Philadelphia region will benefit from Biden’s infrastructure bill (

Quinta Brunson to star as Philly public school teacher in new ABC comedy ‘Abbott Elementary’ | PhillyVoice

‘I wanted to better myself’: Philly DA’s resource program offering a path away from violence goes mobile – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Junkyard fire sends flames, smoke 100s of feet into sky | Local News |



Congress’ new mandate to carmakers: Figure out a way to stop drunk driving : NPR

At the Willard and the White House, the Jan. 6 Panel Widens Its Net – The New York Times (

Congress passed the $1T infrastructure bill. So how does that money get spent? | Analysis – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (