Saturday, July 25, 2020

Saturday PA Capitol & Coronavirus NewsClips 7.25.20

Call Of President Pro Tempore
House returns to voting session Sept. 15 or at the Call Of The House Speaker

Jan Murphy: Senate Panel Explores Election Issues From June Primary

John Micek: Progressive Mounting Massive Mail-In Ballot Campaign, Is PA Ready?

Gov. Wolf: 11 Years At $7.25, PA Workers Deserve A Raise In The Minimum Wage

Wolf Calls On General Assembly To Raise Minimum Wage

Bill By Rep. Gaydos Signed Into Law Ending Gag Clause On Pharmacists So They Can Now Share Drug Pricing Information

Editorial: Liquor Control Board Breeds Mistrust By Secrecy

Highmark Partnerships With Geisinger, Penn State Health Begin To Pay Off

One Of 7 Clergy Child Sexual Abuse Lawsuits Against Catholic Diocese Of Scranton Discontinued

Philly Lawyer Collects Millions Evicting People For City Courts, She’s Married To An Eviction Judge

Op-Ed: We Published Names Of Philadelphians Killed By Guns This Year; Now Loved Ones Are Helping To Fill In The Blanks

Editorial: Make Inmate Calls Part Of Reform

Editorial: Pre-Arrest Diversion Program Worthwhile Reform Effort In Pittsburgh

Judge: Lincoln U. President Must Be Reinstated Immediately

Edinboro U. Administrator Will Also Work At Slippery Rock U.

How PA Cyber Led The Way In Online Learning For 20 Years

Little League Players From Lycoming County Visit White House

For Black-Owned Businesses, Access To Capital Is Starting Point To Leveling Field

Cap-Star: PA Supreme Court Rules Uber Driver Not A Contractor, Is Eligible For Unemployment

PNC To Close 52 Branches, Including 9 In Western PA

Editorial: Twitter Hack Reveals Privacy Failure


Stephen Caruso: Cong. Perry Campaign Boosted By $200,000 From Big Pharma-Linked Group As Dark Money Hits Congressional Race

PA Congressional Vulnerability: July Ratings

The Hill: Fox News Poll Shows Biden Leading Trump In PA 50 to 39 Percent

Lawyers Attempt To Remove Lead Counsel From National Case On Immigrant Child Detention

Newly Enrolled International Students Whose Classes Are Online Will Not Be Allowed to Come To U.S.

U.S. Attorney In Philadelphia Spent $75,000 To Slap His Name, Face On Billboards

George Floyd Protests

AP: Ex-PA Supreme Court Justice Levels Bias Accusation At Chief Justice Thomas Saylor

Pittsburgh Review Board Could Get More Power If Voters Say So In November

Teens Behind ‘Civil Saturdays’ In Pittsburgh Once Felt Silenced, But Then They Turned To Activism

College Students Create Grassroots Group Aimed At Supporting Black Lives Matter In Lancaster

Philly NAACP President Shares Anti-Semitic Meme With Misattributed Neo-Nazi Quote

Philadelphia Commission Votes To Move Columbus Statute From Plaza

Phillies Start Season With Black Lives Matter Painted On The Mound

Trump Mocks Portland Mayor Gassed By Federal Agents


Gov. Wolf: COVID-19 Dashboard Data Shows Weekly Case Increases Statewide, Multiple Counties With High Percent Positives: Beaver, Armstrong, Franklin, Mercer, Allegheny, Lawrence Chester, Philadelphia, Fayette, York, Dauphin, Delaware, Bedford and Greene [in order of concern]

State Names 14 Counties Of Coronavirus Concern

PA: Travelers From Missouri, Wyoming Should Self-Quarantine; Total Of 20

AP-Mark Scolforo: PA Schools Setting In-Person Teaching Rules As Pandemic Spreads

Laura Olson: Gov. Wolf On Challenge Of Reopening Schools Amid Rising COVID-19 Cases

Erie School Board Reaches Compromise On Reopening

Philly’s School Reopening Plan Has Stalled, Now What?

School Reopenings Are A Mess, Home-Schooling ‘Pods’ Are Coming, Could Make Inequality Even Worse

Teachers Seize The Moment As Parent Demand Fuels Market For Private Tutors

PA’s High School Bands Find Alternate Ways To Practice, Perform

University Of Pittsburgh: College Under The Big Top?

PA, CDC Give Conflicting Advice On Whether Face Shields Acceptable Substitutes For Masks

Spotlight PA: Citing ‘Overwhelming’ Spread, PA Moves To Add Staff, App To Trace Coronavirus

Wolf Blames States With Surges For Virus Testing Lags

Delaware County Tracking Virus Surge In Under 30 Crowd

Dept. Of Health Reported 22 Additional Deaths Due To COVID-19; 1,213 New Cases [PaCN] 7.24.20

26-Day-Old Berks County Baby Who Died Was COVID-19 Positive, Cause Of Death Not Yet Determined

What The Spike In Allegheny County Virus Hospitalizations Means

14 Of 69 Allegheny County Eateries Have Violations In First Round Of Inspections

Cap-Star: Health Secretary Explains Why PA Ordered Mitigation Measures, But Won’t Show Data To Back It Up

State Police Liquor Enforcement Issued 42 More Warnings In COVID-19 Compliance Checks

Legal Experts: Mask Requirements Likely Don’t Violate Americans With Disabilities Act

Op-Ed: What 13 Words Could Cost PA In COVID-19 Fight With Undocumented Immigrant Kids

Q/A: What Do I Need To Know Before Visiting Loved One In Nursing Home?

PennDOT Extends Expiration Dates On Licenses, ID Cards, Learner’s Permits

PIAA Works On Fall Sports COVID-19 Guidelines

Middle Atlantic College Sports Conference Suspends Fall Sports

Editorial Cartoon: Can We Please Stop Spitting On Grocery Store Workers?

Editorial: We Expect More From Gov. Wolf On Right-To-Know During Emergencies

Editorial: Wolf Shouldn’t Veto Right-To-Know


CDC Reduces Number Of Days For Quarantine From 14 To 10

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[Posted: July 25, 2020]

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