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News: Wednesday, Feb. 16

State Sen. Doug Mastriano (Source:

State Sen. Doug Mastriano (Source:
State Sen. Doug Mastriano (Source:


Jan. 6 committee subpoenas state Sen. Doug Mastriano: The committee wants documents connected with the Republican Trump supporter's efforts to appoint an alternate slate of electors and information about his activities during the insurrection. (Source: WGAL)

New Pa. Broadband Authority holds first meeting: The authority is to oversee at least $100 million in federal pandemic relief funds to expand Internet access. (Source: CBS 21)

Lancaster DA office no longer using forfeiture funds to pay Drug Task Force salaries: Forfeiture funds are now put toward crime prevention and drug treatment programs, District Attorney Heather Adams said. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: U.S.: No sign of Russian pullback from Ukraine. (Source: USA Today) Biden rejects Trump effort to shield White House visitor logs from Jan. 6 committee. (Source: UPI) Remington pays $73 million to settle Sandy Hook massacre liability claims. (Source: ABC News) Slovakia beats U.S. in men's Olympic hockey. (Source: ESPN) San Francisco voters oust 3 school board members in recall. (Source: AP)