The Bloomsburg Fair deleted this Facebook post soon after uploading it.
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Headlines for Tuesday, July 21, 2020:

Legislative hearings on police reform: Beginning this morning, the House Democratic Policy Committee and the Pennsylvania Legislative Black Caucus are taking testimony in hopes of further reforms, following two bills signed into law by Gov. Wolf last week. (Source: ABC 27)

Bloomsburg Fair blasted for 'Dr. Levine' dunk tank: Criticism was swift and severe in response to online images showing what appears to be a man impersonating the state Health Secretary. In a statement that misspells Levine's name, the fair organization said the event, part of a fundraiser for local fire companies, was not intended as "commentary" on Levine's transgender identity.  (Source: PennLive)

State senator plans bill to protect statues: Sen. Doug Mastriano, whose district includes Gettysburg, says the legislation would "defend the heritage and history of Pennsylvania, by combating the desecration of historic monuments." (Source: PennLive)

National roundup: President Trump says federal law enforcement will deploy in more cities. (Source: Reuters) Congress hears testimony on Covid-19 vaccine. (Source: UPI) Negotiations continue on next stimulus bill. (Source: CNBC) Medicare could be insolvent as early as 2022. (Source: NPR)

Tim Stuhldreher