State Sen. Ryan Aument, R-Lancaster, speaks during an online media briefing on Wednesday, March 3, 2021.

Headlines:

Aument suggests suspending no-excuse mail-in balloting: State Sen. Ryan Aument said he hopes his proposal is rendered moot by both parties acting to address flaws in state election law. (Source: LNP)

Second Lady Fetterman, vaccine experts, address Latinx community questions: Fetterman and the state's physician general held a virtual conversation about the Covid-19 vaccine on Thursday through Facebook Live. (Source: CBS 21)

After touring Arizona audit, Mastriano wants one for Pa.: Sen. Doug Mastriano, an ardent Trump supporter who is poised to run for governor and was at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, toured the Arizona audit on Wednesday with two other state GOP lawmakers. (Source: WGAL)

Proposed state bill would require transparency in lawmaker spending: Millions of dollars in taxpayer-funded expenses racked up by Pennsylvania lawmakers each year would be required to be posted online under a bill to be introduced in the state Senate. (Source: Spotlight PA)

National/world roundup: U.S. added 559,000 jobs last month. (Source: Reuters) Republicans push more partisan election "audits." (Source: NBC News) U.S. taps groups to choose asylum-seekers. (Source: AP) U.N.: Global food prices climb at quickest rate since 2010. (Source: UPI) Facebook to tighten rules for permissible speech by politicians. (Source: CNN)

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