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News: Tuesday, Nov. 10

(Source: Peace Kids to the Rescue Art Show)

(Source: Peace Kids to the Rescue Art Show)
(Source: Peace Kids to the Rescue Art Show)


Republicans step up attacks on Pa. election outcome: On Monday, the Trump campaign filed a lawsuit against Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar, claiming Pennsylvania's mail-in ballot law, passed in 2019 with overwhelming Republican support, created an "illegal two-tiered voting system." (Source: WGAL) Meanwhile, U.S. House Republicans, attorneys general and state legislators sought to cast doubt on the result.

Despite Covid-19 spike, Lancaster County schools don't appear to be going remote: Local school officials are being allowed to postpone going virtual until they've seen what the Covid-19 numbers look like next week, according to the Pa. Department of Education. (Source: LNP) In the Lititz area, Covid-19 forced Warwick High School to continue remote instruction and forfeit its undefeated football team's district title game. (Source: WGAL)

Lancaster children's art auction to raise money for two local nonprofits: The third annual Peace Kids to the Rescue Art Show and Silent Auction hopes to donate $5,000 to Church World Service and the Lancaster County Homelessness Coalition. More than 45 pieces of art made by children ages 3-17 will be available for bidding from Nov. 13 to Nov. 20. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: Despite no evidence of widespread voter fraud, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says President Trump is "100% within his rights" to question the election results. (Source: AP) U.S. Supreme Court begins arguments over fate of Obamacare. (Source: Reuters) FDA gives emergency authorization to use antibody drug to protect high-risk population. (Source: USA Today)