Sunday, January 17, 2021

Sunday PA Capitol & COVID NewsClips 1.17.21

returns to voting session Jan. 25, 26, 27

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

Sen. Corman: All Senate District, Harrisburg Offices To Work Remotely Jan. 16-20

*PA Capitol & COVID Weekly Report: House Moves Bills: Senate Still Organizing; Wolf Wants Aid For Businesses [PaCN]  1.17.21

Jan Murphy: PA Sen. David Arnold (R-Lebanon) Dies From Brain Cancer At Age 49

Letter: Stop Republican Judicial Gerrymandering

Letter: Senate Republicans Need To Stop Undermining Our Democracy

Letter: Why I Can No Longer Be A Republican [Lancaster County]

Letter: I Was Sickened By The Insurrection At The U.S. Capitol, President Must Be Held Accountable [Lancaster County]

More Voters In Lebanon County Switch Political Parties Away From Republicans In Wake Of Assault On U.S Capitol

Cap-Star: A Prayer For Peace At The PA Capitol This Weekend, It’s A House We All Live In

Harrisburg Tense But Quiet Ahead Of Inauguration

Travel Restrictions In City Of Harrisburg Expected Sunday

Desperation Growing For Thousands Experiencing Problems With PA’s Unemployment System

Editorial: School District Property Tax Assessment Appeal Shows Need For Reform

Philly Police: Face Masks Are The ‘Number One Obstacle’ For Homicide Investigators

Early Crime Statistics Show Some Decline In 2020 Amid Pandemic

Editorial: Nursing Shortage And Pay Needs More Attention

Cap-Star: MLK Day Of Service Takes A New Form Amid Pandemic

Editorial: This MLK Day, Congress Should Remember Dr. King’s Economic Agenda

Editorial: On MLK Day, We Need To Heed Message

Editorial: Let Peace Be Driving Force

Still Waiting For Packages Mailed Thru The Postal Service In December, It Could Be A While

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

NBC: PA Republican Lawmakers Fostered False Election Allegations That Fueled Assault On U.S. Capitol

Fact-Checking Republican Sen. Corman Who Said False Election Claims Didn’t Play ‘Any Role’ In The Assault On U.S. Capitol

Post: ‘Trump Said To Do So’: Accounts Of Rioters Who Say The President Spurred Them To Rush The Capitol Could Be Pivotal Testimony [PA Man Arrested]

FBI Makes Visits To Several People In Bucks County Following Assault On U.S. Capitol

More Voters In Lebanon County Switch Political Parties Away From Republicans In Wake Of Assault On U.S Capitol

Cap-Star: PA Congressman Boyle, Staff Armed Themselves With Scissors During Assault On U.S. Capitol, Now He Wants Trump Prosecuted

Letter: PA Republican Cong. Keller: Throwing Fuel On The Fire

Letter: PA Republican Cong. Meuser, Fellow Republicans Tried To Take A Marine’s Vote Away

Editorial: Pensions: Cut Off Insurrectionists


Diverse NE PA Residents See Hope In Biden

Biden’s Win Inspiring For Scranton Students

From Green Ridge To Washington, D.C., Biden’s Scranton Roots Pave Path To Presidency

4 Democrats From Scranton Gives NE PA Unprecedented Clout In Washington

Suburban And College-Educated Voters Helped Biden Win Pennsylvania

AP: Biden Outlines ‘Day One’ Agenda Of Executive Actions

Welcome To The Presidency Joe Biden, Please Solve All These Crises

Post: Misinformation On Social Media Dropped Dramatically The Week After Twitter Banned Trump

Civil Justice

Social Climate, Lagging Pay Could Be Fueling Decline In Municipal Police Applicants

Editorial: American Right To Protest


Dept. Of Health Reports 231 Additional Deaths Due To COVID; 7,166 New Cases-- 1.16.21

Allegheny County Reports 526 COVID Cases, 38 New Deaths

Western PA Hospitals Struggle To Minimize Waste Of COVID Vaccine Doses

Hundreds Of High-Risk Scranton Seniors To Receive Early COVID Vaccination Monday

COVID Vaccine Rules Spark Confusion For Some In Philly, Others Are Jumping In Line

Op-Ed: Where Are PA’s Mass COVID Vaccination Centers?

39 Residents Of Lancaster County Nursing Home Died Of COVID, What Went Wrong?

2 Leechburg Area Students Have COVID After District Returned to In-School Classes Monday

Schools Find Ways To Serve Up Meals For Kids Amid COVID Pandemic

Op-Ed: Abuse Risks Rise For Children Without In-School Option

Pandemic Exposes Weaknesses In PA Counties Without Health Departments

Philly Police: Face Masks Are The ‘Number One Obstacle’ For Homicide Investigators

TNS: ‘It’s A Great Feeling’: Philadelphia Restaurants Reopen For Limited Indoor Dining

NE PA Lawmakers Comment On Biden’s Recovery Plan


NPR: Outgoing CDC Director Warns Of Pandemic’s Peak: ‘We’re About To Be In The Worst Of It’

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