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If the undated mail-in ballots are counted, state House Republicans have threatened to impeach the Lehigh County election board. Read more
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Officials urge hunters to get vaccinated. Read more
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Ornaments honoring local educators decorate Payrow Plaza the 2021 holiday season. Read more
Several committee proposals are designed to undercut the power of public sector unions. Read more
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Voter ID and earlier deadlines to register and apply for a mail-in ballot are being considered. Read more
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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 Read more
Large health networks and health bureaus aren't the only places administering vaccines to kids. Read more
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U.S. Rep Scott Perry (R-Cumberland/Dauphin/York), who is under Congressional scrutiny for his role in a plot to subvert 2020 election results in some states, is Read more

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