This mural honoring George Floyd and other victims of police and racial violence was created in Lancaster's Art Park in 2020. A vigil honoring Floyd's memory will take place at 6 tonight in Penn Square.


Pa. to resume work search requirement for unemployment benefits: The Department of Labor and Industry announced Monday that those receiving unemployment benefits will have to begin proving that they have been searching for work starting July 18. (Source: WGAL)

Pa. nursing homes workers demand change: Thousands of nursing home staff are picketing for reform at over 40 nursing homes across the state on Tuesday. (Source: ABC 27)

Bill would prevent Pa. school districts from requiring Covid-19 vaccinations: A bill to ban government authorities from requiring people to show their vaccination status passed the Pennsylvania senate’s Health and Human Services committee Monday. (Source: WITF)

State backtracks on privacy law, offers details on wasted vaccines: The data shows just 0.18% of more than 10 million doses given to hospitals, pharmacies, and other providers in Pennsylvania through May 21 were not used. (Source: Spotlight PA)

U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker fined $5,000 for bypassing House security: According to multiple police reports, Smucker bypassed the security screening on May 19 and entered the House chambers, “while disregarding clearly stated verbal directions” from Capitol officers. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: Reflections on George Floyd's death after one year. (Source: Reuters) Blinken says U.S. will aid Gaza without helping Hamas. (Source: AP) Moderna says its vaccine is 100% effective for children age 12-17. (Source: USA Today) DOJ partially discloses why Trump wasn't charged with obstruction. (Source: NBC News) Mild Covid-19 may induce long-lasting antibody response. (Source: UPI)

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