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News: Tuesday, Oct. 26

(Source: City of Lancaster)

(Source: City of Lancaster)
(Source: City of Lancaster)


Pa. lobbying reform passes committee:  The package includes broader disclosure and conflict-of-interest rules and a partial gift ban. It now goes to the full state House for consideration. (Source: CBS 21)

Lancaster city residents decry parking enforcement: Residents say they're being ticketed during street-sweeping periods even after the sweeper has passed. City Council is scheduled to vote this evening on ordinance changes that would allow cars to return to curbside locations as soon as sweeping is completed. (Source: Fox 43)

Deadline is 5 p.m. today to apply for mail-in ballot for Nov. 2: Voted mail ballots must be received by 8 p.m. on Election Day, so at this point officials recommend returning them by hand.  (Source: WGAL)

Kellogg Co. seeks to restart contract negotiations: Workers in Lancaster County and elsewhere have been on strike since Oct. 5.  (Source: WITF)

Advocates want in-state tuition for undocumented students: Organizations seeking the change rallied at the Capitol on Monday. (Source: Capital-Star)

National/world roundup: Japan's Princes Mako marries, relinquishes royal title. (Source: UPI) U.S. experiencing extreme weather coast-to-coast. (Source: CBS) FDA to meet on vaccine for children 5-11. (Source: ABC News) 'Rust' assistant director lost job after previous gun-discharge incident. (Source: NBC News)