Sunday, January 10, 2021

Sunday PA Capitol & COVID NewsClips 1.10.21

returns to voting session Jan. 11, 12, 13

Senate returns to voting session Jan. 25, 26, 27

PA Capitol & COVID Weekly Report: General Assembly Opens New Session; Senate Implodes; PA’s Role In Assault On U.S. Capitol [PaCN] 1.10.21

MONDAY 11:30: Secretary Of Health provides update on COVID Early Warning Dashboard.  Watch Live: or  EspaƱol: or

Editorial: Redrawing Legislative Voting Districts Needs Transparency

Editorial: Reject Cynical Republican Gerrymander Of Judiciary

Editorial: Making Companies Immune From COVID Misconduct Is Sick

PA Republicans Helped Sow Seeds Of Violence Ahead Of Assault On U.S. Capitol

Federal Court Decision Expected Monday In Challenge To Some Votes In Fight Over Seating Sen. Brewster

PA, Sportsbooks Have Handled $4.5 Billion In Bets Since Opening In 2018

Federal Judge Reinstates Part Of Trump/Confederate Flag Burner Gene Stilp’s Lawsuit Against Lewisburg

Delayed Mail Delivery May Contribute To Longer Vehicle Registration Process

Editorial: Search Warrants For Drones

Luzerne County’s Elected Tax Collectors Requesting Raise

PA’s Role In The Assault On U.S. Capitol

PA Republicans Helped Sow Seeds Of Violence Ahead Of Assault On U.S. Capitol

Lancaster Residents Were In Washington For Assault On U.S. Capitol: ‘What’s Going To Happen Today Is Going To Be Historic’

Fmr Gov. Ridge, Other Fmr Congress Members Express ‘Disbelief,’ ‘Outrage’ At Assault On U.S. Capitol

Editorial: Trump Voters, Your Voices Have Been Heard; There Were More For Biden

Western PA Officials Prep For Possible Violence By Pro-Trump Supporters Prior To Biden’s Inauguration As Twitter Warns Of Secondary Attack On U.S. Capitol

Pittsburgh Eyed Among Threatened Targets Of Unrest By Pro-Trump Supporters As Inauguration Approaches

AP: Republican PA Sen. Pat Toomey Calls For Trump To ‘Resign And Go Away As Soon As Possible’

AP: Republican PA U.S. Sen. Toomey: Trump Committed Impeachable Offenses

Cong. Susan Wild Will Vote To Impeach Trump If He’s Not Removed

‘It Was Pandemonium’: Inside Cong. Susan Wild’s Experience During Assault On U.S. Capitol

Bucks County Man Arrested For Weapons, Curfew Violations After Assault On U.S. Capitol

More Arrests In Assault On U.S. Capitol As More Video Reveals Brutality Of Mob

3 East Lampeter Twp. Supervisors In Lancaster County Leave Republican Party In Wake Of Assault On U.S. Capitol

Column: Bucks County Republican Commissioner Gene DiGirolamo: ‘You Can’t Believe A Word That Comes Out Of Donald Trump’s Mouth’

Seton Hill University Fires Adjunct Professor Over Social Media Posts During The Assault On The U.S. Capitol Saying ‘War Is Coming’

‘No Place For Hate Here’ Centre County Community Rallies to Repaint Vandalized Pride Wall In Bellefonte

Republican Rep. Aaron Bernstine Said It’s Wrong To Blame Trump For Assault On U.S. Capitol  [Remember, He Egged On His 5-Year Old Son To Smoke A Cigar And Posted The Video Online And Then Was Reelected With Nearly 56% Of The Vote In Beaver/Butler County]

Lancaster County Churches Respond To Assault On U.S. Capitol

Op-Ed: People Of Faith Must Respond With Prayer, Action To Help Heal A Wounded Nation - PA Council Of Churches

Op-Ed: Why Aren’t Black Protesters Called ‘Great Patriots?

Op-Ed: Never Forget Actions Of Washington Traitors [U.S. Senators Hawley, Cruz]

Op-Ed: Tyrants Gaze With Glee At What Trump Has Done To American Democracy


VP Pence Will Attend Biden Inauguration, Trump Will Not

Editorial: Make Farce Death Knell For Electoral College

Civil Justice

Op-Ed: Why Aren’t Black Protesters Called ‘Great Patriots?


AP: Members Of U.S. House, Staff Notified Of COVID Exposure While Sheltering During Assault On U.S. Capitol

Editorial: Making Companies Immune From COVID Misconduct Is Sick

Dept. Of Health Reports 273 Additional Deaths Due To COVID; 10,045 New Cases-- 1.9.21

Allegheny County Reports 9 More Deaths, Nearly 850 New COVID Cases

Allegheny County Eclipses 60,000 COVID Cases

Lancaster County Sees 500+ New COVID Cases, 2nd Highest 1-Day Increase Since March

Influenza vs. COVID Deaths In Pennsylvania

COVID Surge Attributed To Holidays Continues In NE PA

School Nurse In Erie Drives 50 Miles, But Can’t Get COVID Vaccine

Should College Students Be Required to Get Vaccine?  Too Early To Decide

Jan. 12 Virtual Town Hall Seeks To Inform Lancaster County’s Marginalized Groups On Pandemic

NE PA Educators Question Cyber Charter Spending Of Federal COVID Relief Money On Gift Cards, Cellphones

Varying Mask Policies Create Conundrum For H.S. Athletics In Western PA

About 30 Parents Rally In Whitehall Township To Reopen Schools

Philadelphia School Leaders Confident Schools Will Reopen This Year

Center City Philly Ad Campaign Aims To Help Restaurants Survive

Westmoreland Clerk Of Courts To Close Offices Noon To 1:00 p.m. For Sanitizing

York Mayor In COVID Quarantine, Appoints Acting Mayor

The Last Massive Vaccine Rollout Was For Polio, Started In Pittsburgh


Federal PPP Loan Initiative Reopens Monday, Aims To Boost Access Among Small Businesses

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