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Voter ID and earlier deadlines to register and apply for a mail-in ballot are being considered.

The increases apply to more than 1,000 jobs and are the largest since 1991.

Concerns also were raised about election officials nationwide leaving jobs amid threats.

A landmark trial over Pennsylvania’s system for funding public education continues in Harrisburg with plaintiffs, including six school districts and several parents, who say the state is so badly underfunding its schools, it’s violating its own constitution.

Some Republican state lawmakers are pushing to overhaul how appointments to an air quality advisory board are made in response to Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s attempt to join a regional cap-and-trade program for greenhouse gas emissions.


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