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State Supreme Court upholds new House and Senate maps | City & State PA (

Pa. State Supreme Court rules Pa. State Senate, House maps constitutional (

Pa. Supreme Court rejects legal challenges to state’s new legislative maps · Spotlight PA

Supreme Court Rejects Challenges to Newly Drawn PA Maps – PoliticsPA

Pennsylvania’s new legislative maps OK-ed by state Supreme Court – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Court upholds new maps for Pennsylvania General Assembly | WITF

Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejects challenges to newly drawn House and Senate maps – The Morning Call (

PA Lawmakers Unveil Bipartisan Plans For Juvenile Justice System Reform, Standardize Practices –

Business-Model Change to Liquor Store Sales Stalls in Pennsylvania. (

Senate Democrats Discuss Housing Scarcity and Houselessness at Policy Hearing – NewsBreak

Dr. Meilin Young: Senate bill would protect Pa. from Legionnaires outbreaks | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pennsylvania lawmakers to introduce bill to end smoking in casinos (

Changes to PA’s Clean Indoor Air Act would end smoking in casinos (

Lawmakers to push for $500M trust fund to help fix Pennsylvania’s decaying bridges | News, Sports, Jobs – Williamsport Sun-Gazette (

Bill introduced to permanently allow to-go alcoholic drinks in Pennsylvania | Pennsylvania |

Pa. Republicans weigh haves and have nots with Act 77 (

Kayden’s Law included in VAWA, bolsters protection for women, children (

Pennsylvania Sen. Mario Scavello to retire; Monroe County Rep. Rosemary Brown to run for Senate – The Morning Call (

Sen. Steve Santarsiero to host College Financial Planning event | The Bucks County Herald


Coronavirus – COVID-19

Deltacron, the latest COVID-19 variant, is on the rise (

How to tell if you have long COVID : Shots – Health News : NPR

How the COVID-19 pandemic has shrunk our worlds | WITF

Two week COVID-19 metric meets summertime level | Coronavirus |

Allegheny County COVID-19 cases are at a lull, but ‘we may face more surges,’ health director cautions | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



Ask The Experts: What to do with the prevailing wage? | City & State PA (

Opinion | True Work Flexibility Is About When, Not Just Where, You Work – The New York Times (

Federal Reserve Walks a Tightrope Between Inflation and Recession – The New York Times (

SBA sets up ‘fraud council’ to combat PPP fraud, GAO says – Philadelphia Business Journal (

PREIT raises doubts about its ability to remain in business in the future – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Exton Square mall being sold to a developer (

Could higher gas prices have ripple effects for retailers, e-commerce leasing in industrial market? – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Hundreds of jobs available at the Great Northeast Job Fair | Business |

Will Inflation Fix Itself? – The New York Times (



Pa. attorney general meets with police chiefs, discusses shortages (

‘That’s a problem’: Pennsylvania seeing ‘historic shortage of police’ | Today in Pa. –

PSP steps up DUI patrols ahead of St. Patrick’s Day (

In most of Pa., autopsy reports for those who die in jail are public. But not Philly & Alle. Co. – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (



HBCU bomb threats: Education Department offers grants to targeted schools : NPR

Early childhood education is life-changing. We need to support those who teach it | Opinion – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

‘We’re making noise about fair funding’: Vigil shows NASD’s resolve for education equity (

Teen Takes: Schools must address student mental health after threats (

Merger of six Pa. universities approved, the biggest change in the system’s history – The Morning Call (



Harrisburg Rep. Lewis to not seek re-election (

Why Stacey Abrams Is Rejecting Her Democratic Stardom – The New York Times (

Jason Richey and the Contract With Pennsylvania – PoliticsPA

Georgia GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker questions evolution : NPR

Mehmet Oz vows to renounce Turkish citizenship if elected US senator in Pennsylania | WITF

Philadelphia Democratic leaders say reason for endorsing Conor Lamb is simple: ‘He campaigned’ | WITF

GOP Family Feud: Conservative group targets Pa. House leader Saylor for gas tax, budget votes – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Haddock running for state House seat in 118th | Election |



Pennsylvania bridge tolling: ‘Haphazard’ plan, foreign contractor draw ire of many | Pennsylvania |

Dauphin County commissioners join the list of opponents to I-83/South Bridge tolling proposal –

‘Pilot shortage’: SkyWest dropping air service for Johnstown, 28 other cities | News |

More people in region considering hybrid, electric vehicles as gas prices surge – Daily Local

PennDOT to work on I-78 and I-81 in Lebanon, Dauphin counties (

Planners to hold meeting looking for input on U.S. 522 corridor –



Opioid settlement will send $1B to Pennsylvania | Pennsylvania |

Redeemer Health gets $2M grant for its Montco hospital’s cancer program expansion – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Pennsylvania’s sudden move to recall marijuana vapes raised questions. Like were these products harmful all along? (

Alzheimer’s patients divided over Aduhelm, or aducanumab (


State News

Fitzpatrick, Houlahan Appear on Fox News to Promote Support for Ukraine – DV Journal (

Pa. VA center targeted for closure – The Morning Call (

Dr. Rachel Levine is named one of 12 ‘Women of the Year’ by USA Today | WITF

Pa.’s pandemic experiment in virtual courts yielded mixed results | Thursday Morning Coffee – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (


National News

Russian airstrike hits Ukraine theater; hundreds are feared trapped (

A deepfake video showing Volodymyr Zelenskyy surrendering worries experts : NPR

Zelenskyy reminds Congress of Pearl Harbor and 9/11 in pleading for U.S. help for Ukraine – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Guest Opinion: Let’s stop helping an ambitious dictator’s economy (

Putin’s brazen manipulation of language is a perfect example of Orwellian doublespeak | Opinion – Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Russia’s strike on Ukraine maternity hospital is part of a terrible wartime tradition | WITF

Customers are outraged at Netflix plans to crack down on password sharing : NPR

Families of Parkland shooting victims are awarded $127.5 million : NPR

Now is the spring of our discontent. Thank gas prices, the pandemic and Russia’s war | John Baer –


Local News

Upper Darby residents may be eligible for trash fee rebate – Delco Times

Lancaster County advocates to push for bail reform (

Road collapse limits traffic on Virginia Avenue in Lower Yoder Township | News |

‘He didn’t deserve this’: 19-year-old killed in Lancaster city gas station remembered as being kind, friendly | Local News |

Accessible Horsham Miracle Field planned for athletes with special needs (

Spring food drive in West Goshen to help those struggling with food insecurity – Daily Local

Mifflin House, an Underground Railroad stop, receives support from York County (

Allentown City Council to reconsider pro-union contractor law – The Morning Call (

Lansdale area fire companies donate gear to counterparts in Ukraine (

Pittston eyed as new starting point for Lackawanna River Heritage Trail | News |

Berks receives $1.1 million federal loan to renovate commercial building (

Volunteers honored during state labor and industry secretary’s Olivet visit (



Allegheny County to rely more on wastewater surveillance to calculate spread of covid-19 |

Pittsburgh’s bike share rolling out new fleet, including e-bikes |

Bike Share Pittsburgh gets new bikes and a new system with a new name: POGOH | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Hearings to be held on Pittsburgh City Council proposals to generate money for infrastructure fund |

Masks likely to remain at least another month for most in city schools | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Suspensions prompt some Port Authority workers to get vaccinated | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh City Council wants to hear from public on big nonprofits’ bills | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



Philadelphia historic sites to donate Saturday proceeds to help children in Ukraine | WITF

Ponies in Fairmount Park: Philly’s first polo tournament coming in the fall | Local News |

PPD say carjacking numbers decreasing recently | Local News |

Hundreds of Philly-area bridges are slowly deteriorating. Should travelers be worried? (

The Philadelphia Parking Authority sank millions into a new towing headquarters. Now it’s vacant. (

In third gaffe of the pandemic, Philly health department says its own mistake led to inflated kids’ COVID vaccine rate. (

How physicians can help keep the lights on for Philadelphia’s poorest families | Expert Opinion (

Don’t pick a superintendent until Philly gets a new mayor | Opinion (



The Fed raises interest rates for the first time since 2018 : NPR

Fed begins inflation fight with key rate hike, more to come | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette