Governor Wolf and Dr. Rachel Levine, the Pennsylvania Secretary of Health. (Source: State of Pennsylvania)
Governor Wolf and Dr. Rachel Levine, the Pennsylvania Secretary of Health. (Source: State of Pennsylvania)

Headlines:

As Gov. Wolf's indoor dining ban lifts, state departments crack down on noncompliance: Gov. Wolf's short-term Covid-19 mitigation measures were lifted this morning, allowing in-person dining and school sports to resume. (Source: WGAL) Meanwhile, state officials are pursuing sanctions against restaurants that defied the order. (Source: LNP)

Hundreds gather in Quarryville to protest presidential election results: The group gathered in front of the home of Pa. House Majority Leader Bryan Cutler on Sunday. The group wants Cutler to decertify the election results when the House meets this week. (Source: ABC 27)

New Pa. laws set to begin in 2021: Some of the new additions include a "Move Over" law to help protect first responders, law enforcement and tow trucks. Another new law paves the way for autonomous and remote-controlled delivery devices. (Source: WGAL)

National/world roundup: Trump, on tape, pressures Ga. GOP secretary of state to "find" him votes. (Source: AP) U.S. may halve Moderna vaccine doses to speed rollout. (Source: Reuters) New pandemic travel record as 1.3 million travelers were screened by TSA yesterday. (Source: USA Today) U.K. first to start using Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine for Covid-19. (Source: AP)

Olivia Smucker