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News: Monday, August 10

(Source: One United Lancaster)

(Source: One United Lancaster)
(Source: One United Lancaster)

Headlines for Monday, August 10, 2020:

Pa. election system ill-equipped for surge in mail-in ballots: Activists and election officials are pushing for changes, warning of the potential for disaster this November. (Source: PA Post)

PIAA meeting today: The Pa. Interscholastic Athletic Association is continuing its discussions after deciding last week to push back the start of fall sports. (Source: CBS 21)

Activists protest Sunday outside Lancaster police station: They called for action to end homelessness, and for charges against three protesters arrested last week to be dropped.  (Source: WGAL)

Crime victim advocates seek protections for virtual hearings: As more court proceedings move online, provisions are needed to ensure victim privacy and safety, they say. (Source: ABC 27)

National/world roundup: Widespread looting in Chicago. (Source: Chicago Tribune) Questions swirl over President Trump's executive actions on Covid-19 relief. (Source: Washington Post) McDonalds sues former CEO. (Source: NBC News) Coronavirus threatens to reverse two decades of gains against world poverty. (Source: AP)