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News: Tuesday, Sept. 1

Gov. Tom Wolf

Gov. Tom Wolf
Gov. Tom Wolf


Gov. Wolf pushing for eviction protections: Pennsylvania's eviction moratorium expired Monday. Democrats have proposed replacement legislation, and the governor is speaking on the matter today in York. (Source: ABC 27) Meanwhile, Wolf extended Pennsylvania's emergency declaration another 90 days. (Source: CBS 21)

Minor hitches on back-to-school Monday: Some schools reported technical issues with online classes, and an Eastern Lancaster teacher made a last-minute switch to remote instruction after a family member test positive for coronavirus. (Source: LNP)

Manheim Township to set up police citizens advisory board: The police chief supports the idea, which the township hopes to implement starting in October. (Source: ABC 27)

National roundup: President Trump heads to Kenosha, defends accused shooter Kyle Rittenhouse. (Source: USA Today) Police arrest 19 in Portland unrest. (Source: Reuters) In Pittsburgh, Biden says Trump is "stoking violence." (Source: CBS News) Wall Street enjoys best August in 30+ years (Source: Washington Post) Covid-19 comorbidity data widely, wildly mischaracterized on social media. (Source: AP)