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Pa. to allocate $6.5M in federal relief to support, retain nursing industry – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Two local lawmakers trying to turn the tide to legalize weed in Pennsylvania | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pennsylvania Republicans’ ‘forensic audit’ of the 2020 election: Everything you need to know (

PA GOP Senators Seek Election Fraud Testimony by Oct. 1 – DV Journal (

At last minute, Pa. lawmakers vote to extend dozens of COVID-19 waivers · Spotlight PA

Lawmakers keep COVID-19 regulatory waivers for 6 more months | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pa. lawmakers keep COVID-19 regulatory waivers for 6 more months | WITF

Pennsylvania lawmakers pass six month extension on regulatory waivers | Pennsylvania |

Pennsylvania Senate approves constitutional amendment tracking after botched ballot question | Pennsylvania |

Pennsylvania lawmakers press PLCB officials on new 2-bottle limit on some booze – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Pa. lawmakers grill liquor rationing decision in PLCB hearing (

Parents Fight For ‘Deana’s Law’ In PA To Battle Repeat DUIs | Montgomeryville, PA Patch

Pennsylvania legislation would revamp royalty payments for harvesting natural gas | Pennsylvania |

PA Republicans Oppose IRS Plan to Monitor Bank Accounts of $600 or More – DV Journal (

Pittsburgh lawmakers introduce statewide adult-use cannabis bill | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

PA legislators playing Yinz vs Youse softball game for food pantries | Connect FM | Local News Radio | Dubois, PA (

VIDEO: Sen. Doug Mastriano discusses Pa. bill to allow mask opt out in schools (

Redistricting: Loss of district, population means loss of clout in Congress for Erie (

Local expert picked for governor’s advisory panel on new Congressional districts – Daily Local

Editorial: Pass Deana’s Law and protect against repeat DUI offenders – Delco Times

Guest column: Pa. lawmakers can end educational chaos by passing HB 1  – Delco Times

Pa. House GOP splits, votes down vouchers for closed schools, mask requirements – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

State Republicans support changes to election system | The Bucks County Herald

Pa. Senate OKs memorial highway for fallen Kunkle firefighter | Times Leader

Pa. Senate passes measures to help farmers move goods | State |

PA Environment Digest Blog: Senate Committee OKs Bill Expanding C-PACE Clean Energy, Energy Conservation Program (

Officials, parents discuss proposed bill that would allow parents to decide if their kids should wear a mask to school |

8-year-old Jax Bari of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania fights for celiac awareness and funding – 6abc Philadelphia

Sen. Haywood’s Office Hosts Electoral Redistricting Workshop | Abington, PA Patch

Sen. Muth Hosts Hearing To Address PA Hazardous Waste Loophole | Patch


Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pa. Health Dept: 4,570 new COVID-19 cases; More than 2,800 hospitalized – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pennsylvania vaccination rate by House and Senate districts: Maps – The Morning Call (

Gov. Tom Wolf praises Montgomery County vaccination campaign during Norristown visit – Delco Times

FDA leans toward authorizing Moderna booster at a half dose | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The CDC Is Strongly Urging Pregnant People To Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19 : NPR

YouTube banning prominent anti-vaccine activists, blocking all anti-vax content | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

One of PA’s largest counties will require vaccines. Will more follow? (

Allegheny County executive mandates COVID-19 vaccine for his employees; unvaccinated face losing their jobs | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Covid cases, deaths rising among younger Allegheny County residents |

Some fear boosters will hurt drive to reach the unvaccinated | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Montgomery County’s mobile health team approaches a milestone — 10,000 vaccinations — as Gov. Wolf visits | WITF

Acting health commissioner touts COVID-19 vaccine boosters | Local News |



PNC survey: Optimism among small-business owners highest since 2018 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

More than 90% of Chester County businesses have open positions – Philadelphia Business Journal (

93% of general contractors faced material shortages in Q3. How construction firms are managing through the challenges. – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Dollar Tree breaks the $1 price barrier as costs soar (

GOP’s debt ceiling games could spell disaster for businesses like mine (

Myonex opens new global headquarters in Horsham – Daily Local

Americans might be paying even more for their morning jolt in the near future. Here’s why the price of coffee keeps climbing. – The Morning Call (

Supply shortages could put crimp in holiday shopping – The Morning Call (



A new immigrant detention center will open in former Clearfield County prison | WITF



Student-housing sector back in session with occupancy growth, institutional investors after rocky 2020 – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Class action lawsuit by former Villanova football player claims athletes are employees and deserve wages (

Judge denies Tredyffrin/Easttown parents’ request to halt school mask mandate (

ESASD contending with shortage of bus drivers (

National Merit program (

Mychalejko: Bucks County youth must rise up to defend education (

Diverse, inclusive Bensalem doesn’t need school district DEI post (

Northwest Area School Board member leads off lengthy mask mandate debate | Times Leader



Report: Fetterman, Lamb back fracking as U.S. Senate race heats up | Thursday Morning Coffee – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pa. election investigation to continue despite Arizona audit results, chairman tells FOX43 |

Election 2021: Where you’ll find ballot drop boxes in the Lehigh Valley –

Despite Security Concerns, Online Voting Gets $10 Million Push : NPR

What Trump-To-Biden Voters Say About The President Now : NPR

Economy, crime, and Marine Corps — pillars of McSwain’s early campaign (

Midstate moms launch write-in bids for school board in Lancaster County | WITF


Medio ambiente

U.S. Resumes Protections For Wild Birds Against Killings By Industries : NPR

Local power line fights might continue with push toward clean energy (



As electric car sales surge in Pa., state eyes charging corridors on I-78, 80 and 81 –

‘An epidemic’: Five handguns confiscated in six days at Pittsburgh International Airport security checkpoint | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

PennDOT wants to hear your thoughts on its construction and maintenance efforts (



California May Be First State To Try Treatment That Pays Meth Users Not To Use : Shots – Health News : NPR

Weight Gain And Obesity Up In 2020 In The U.S. : Shots – Health News : NPR

Suicide prevention remains an elusive goal, especially for veterans (

Northeast Pa. veterans spotlight mental health crisis facing vets (

Prescription drug pricing needs government oversight (

York County mom shares hopeful story of addiction, overdose, recovery (

Naloxone saving lives in Chester County – Daily Local

Screening delays during COVID pandemic likely will spur cancer deaths (

Christine Flowers: The anti-abortion movement is on the march – Daily Local


Noticias del Estado

U.S. and European officials meet at Hazelwood Green to talk tech and trade | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

At town hall, Casey pushes Biden’s $3.5 trillion plan | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Senators Bob Casey and Pat Toomey should step up for local journalism (

Bob Casey faces inflection point on abortion (

U.S. Rep. Chrissy Houlahan supports infrastructure bill (

Rep. Mike Doyle proposes bill to boost solar-energy manufacturing in America | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (


Noticias nacionales

USPS to slow down some mail delivery starting Friday | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Mail delivery is about to get slower and pricier just in time for the holidays | WITF

2020 Census: Many Latinos Identified With ‘Some Other Race’ : NPR

Texas defends law that has halted most abortions in the state | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Milley: U.S. lost Afghanistan war through miscalculations spanning administrations | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Judge Frees Britney Spears From Father’s Control – The New York Times (

Haitian Migrants: Thousands Are Being Allowed Into the US. But What Comes Next? – The New York Times (

Homeownership less affordable than any point in last 13 years – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Navient stock drops 14% after it moves to exit federal student loan servicing – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Oklahoma Welcomes Afghan Refugees, Even If The State Republican Party Disagrees : NPR

Experts: Federal law, money for FTC would help combat privacy breaches | ABC27

Immigration rules leave Afghan families short on aid (

Child tax credit extension: What we know about how long it will run (

Foes united vs Facebook over Instagram’s effect on teens – Daily Local


Noticias locales

Conservancy gets $400K grant – Chadds Ford Live | Chadds Ford Live

UGI Holds Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for New Learning Center – BCTV

Central York organizers give out thousands of books from previously banned list in minutes (

Helping Residents, Businesses in the Aftermath of Hurricane Ida – DV Journal (

West Chester’s Gay Street open-air marketplace recognized – Daily Local

Juicio en Presque Isle: El Estado y un guarda forestal negro resuelven un caso de discriminación (

Ruth L. Bennett Homes to get security cameras through U.S. Housing and Urban Development grant (

Aquetong Spring Park is officially open to the public | The Bucks County Herald

Solebury celebrates opening of Aquetong Spring Park | The Bucks County Herald

Study: Middletown fire services suffers from ‘system-wide lack of trust’ (

Mental health support groups form in Scranton, Hawley | News |

City Hall union president questions legality of pay increases | News |

Settlement sees Berks Coalition to End Homelessness pay federal government $121,000 (

Cumberland County, Pa.’s fastest-growing county, gains in diversity: ‘Different voices need to be heard’ –



Pittsburgh school district taps assistant superintendent as interim replacement for Hamlet | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Activists Say Wilkinsburg-Penn Joint Water Authority Should Address Concerns About Lead, Water Costs | 90.5 WESA

U.S. Secretaries of State and Commerce visiting Pittsburgh (

Allegheny County Council Votes To Unlock $100M In COVID Relief | 90.5 WESA

Pittsburgh Council taking another look at improving city pensions | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Officials Amenable To ‘Significant’ Parking Requirements Changes | 90.5 WESA

‘The future is now’: With new Southern Beltway, new access should spur growth | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Chester County officials vow to fill void created by closing of Jennersville Hospital – Daily Local

Pittsburgh looks to create official merchandise |



Philadelphia won’t lift mask mandate ‘until pandemic is well under control,’ health commissioner says – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Philadelphia School Board outlines 2022 superintendent search after Bill Hite leaves (

ACCT Philly executive director Aurora Velazquez resigns (

Mayor Kenney, Philly Police Department discuss gun violence and arrest trends | Local News |

$3 million project seeks to improve Philly’s heart health disparities | Health |



Biden intensifies talks, with big overhaul plans at stake | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Senate parliamentarian rejects Democrats’ Plan B for ‘Dreamers’ and other immigrants | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

White House moves to shield pandemic response if the government shuts down | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Democrats Move to Avert Shutdown, but Divisions Imperil Biden’s Agenda – The New York Times (

Kyrsten Sinema Faces a Growing Revolt From Her Former Supporters – The New York Times (

U.S. House Passes Debt Limit Bill : NPR

Manchin’s support for nat.gas could derail Biden’s climate goals. Here’s how | Opinion – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Republicans are the clowns in the debt ceiling circus. The act isn’t funny anymore – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (