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News: Tuesday, Feb. 8

Eileen Gu (Source: Zhengguan)

Eileen Gu (Source: Zhengguan)
Eileen Gu (Source: Zhengguan)


Warwick School District encouraging students to take district janitorial jobs: Labor shortages led the district to offer the jobs during the school year for the first time. They pay $11 per hour. (Source: WGAL)

L&I handling dismissals due to vaccine mandates case-by-case: The individual details matter in determining whether someone dismissed from a job for refusing a Covid-19 vaccine is entitled to unemployment, Labor & Industry Secretary Jennifer Berrier said. (Source: CBS 21)

Pa. College of Art & Design buys Chameleon Club building: The college paid $900,000; a use hasn't been finalized but student housing is a priority. (Source: LNP)

Pa. courts violate Americans with Disabilities Act, feds say: The Justice Department says it's discriminatory to require defendants to discontinue medication for opioid use in order to graduate from drug courts. (Source: Capital-Star)

Commonwealth Court judge picks Congressional redistricting map that GOP legislators passed, Gov. Wolf vetoed: Conservative judge Patricia McCullough's decision is expected to be appealed to the state Supreme Court. (Source: WHYY)

National/world roundup: Supreme Court blocks ruling against Alabama redistricting. (Source: AP) Former Pope Benedict asks forgiveness for handling of sex abuse scandal. (Source: NBC News) 15 boxes of presidential records recovered from Mar-a-Lago. (Source: NPR) Eileen Gu wins Olympic gold. (Source: CBS News) Oscar nominations announced. (Source: Variety)