U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, at center wearing necktie, joins striking workers at the Lancaster County Kellogg's plant on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021. (Source: @SecMartyWalsh)
U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, at center wearing necktie, joins striking workers at the Lancaster County Kellogg's plant on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021. (Source: @SecMartyWalsh)

Headlines:

Labor Secretary meets with striking workers at Lancaster Kellogg's plant:  Secretary Marty Walsh said the Biden administration supports workers' right to organize for better pay and working conditions. (Source: WITF)

Local pharmacies see rise in demand for Covid-19 tests: Hillcrest Pharmacy said it had to hire additional staff to meet the demand. (Source: Fox 43)

Crisis intervention offered for individuals affected by Park City Center shooting: The private online event was arranged by the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office, the Keystone Crisis intervention team and Victim Witness Services.  (Source: ABC 27)

Pa. House passes bill targeting unemployment benefits abuse: House Bill 1819 would disqualify people for unemployment benefits if they try to discourage employers from hiring them.  (Source: WGAL)

National/world roundup: Biden announces 'framework' for $1.8 trillion spending plan. (Source: UPI) Survey: Most parents plan to wait on children's Covid-19 vaccination. (Source: CNN) NAACP calls on athletes not to sign with Texas teams. (Source: ABC News) Exxon CEO denies spreading climate change disinformation. (Source: AP)

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