Abortion rights activists demonstrate at the Pa. Capitol in Harrisburg on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021. (Source: Bans Off Our Bodies)
Abortion rights activists demonstrate at the Pa. Capitol in Harrisburg on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021. (Source: Bans Off Our Bodies)

Headlines:

Abortion rights advocates rally in Harrisburg:  The "Bans Off Our Bodies" rally on Saturday, less than a week after Pennsylvania's first March for Life, was one of hundreds that took place nationwide as the U.S. Supreme Court begins a blockbuster term that could include overruling Roe v. Wade. (Source: WGAL)

Lancaster march raises awareness of human trafficking: The group Hope Inspired Love led the "Freedom Walk" Saturday morning. (Source: ABC 27)

Pa. election subpoenas on hold pending lawsuits: A GOP spokesman said "it wouldn't make sense" to spend money on the investigation — which is seeking all Pennsylvania voters' voting history, address, birth date, driver’s license ID, and partial social security number — if courts rule it's illegal. (Source: Capital-Star)

Poll: 44% of principals say mask mandate has led to threats: Eric Esbach, executive director of the Pa. Principals Association, which conducted the survey, said he's never seen the levels of anger being displayed at local school board meetings. (Source: PennLive)

National/world roundup: Leaked 'Pandora Papers' show how global elite shelter wealth. (Source: AP) Whistleblower Francis Haugen says Facebook knowingly allows hate speech, misinformation to flourish. (Source: CBS 60 Minutes) J&J to seek approval for booster shot. (Source: U.S. News) Nobel Prize awarded for research on heat, touch receptors. (Source: UPI)

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