A Maya Angelou quarter, part of the "American Women Quarters" series. (Source: U.S. Mint)
A Maya Angelou quarter, part of the "American Women Quarters" series. (Source: U.S. Mint)

Headlines:

Republican proposal would eliminate Redistricting Commission: The commission would be replaced with an 11-member panel, with the final decision resting with the General Assembly. Democrats and good-government groups say it would dramatically increase the potential for partisan gerrymandering. (Source: Spotlight PA)

Court won't block entire subpoena in election case: A Commonwealth Court order issued Monday didn't grant a state Republican "investigation" immediate access to voter information, but said the state failed to prove the initiative had no legitimate purpose. (Source: AP)

Amtrak station opens in Middletown: The station's features include an accessible platform, elevators and onsite parking. (Source: WGAL)

Chambersburg poised to reverse LGBT protections: The borough council flipped from a Democratic to Republican majority in November's election. The council has already repealed a mask mandate for borough employees. (Source: ABC 27)

National/world roundup: Biden heads to Georgia to push for voting rights. (Source: CBS News) U.S. Covid-19 hospitalizations hit record high. (Source: NPR) McCarthy vows to remove key Democrats from committees if GOP wins House. (Source: CNN) China locks down 3rd city due to Covid; 20 million now homebound. (Source: AP) U.S. to give Afghanistan an additional $308 million in humanitarian aid. (Source: Reuters) Maya Angelou is first Black woman on U.S. quarters. (Source: NBC News)

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