Campaign signs are posted outside the polling place at Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church Lodge in Elizabethtown on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021. (Photo: Tim Stuhldreher)
Campaign signs are posted outside the polling place at Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church Lodge in Elizabethtown on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021. (Photo: Tim Stuhldreher)

Headlines:

How Jan. 6 changed Republican politics in Lancaster County: The battle over Donald Trump's "Big Lie" and culture-war issues such as critical race theory is playing out in local school board and township races. (Source: CNN)

Zoning board OKs CHI St. Joseph plan for school at former monastery: The Monastery of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, 1834 Lititz Pike, Manheim Township, would become a K-12 private school for nearly 300 students. (Source: LNP)

Franklin & Marshall College limits spectators at sports events: Due to Covid-19, attendance will be limited to students, faculty and staff who are in compliance with vaccination and testing rules. (Source: WGAL)

Voting machine vendor objects to proposed uncertified equipment inspection: As Republicans seek to have an unaccredited consultant examine voting machines in Fulton County, Dominion Voting Systems filed court papers urging that any inspection be done only by a qualified national laboratory or federally accredited test lab. (Source: AP)

Gov. Wolf used grants as leverage to protect greenhouse gas pact: Lawmakers say privately that the governor made Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grants in key districts contingent on support for the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. (Source: Capital-Star)

National/world roundup: Jan. 6 trauma lingers for lawmakers. (Source: AP) Chicago cancels in-person schooling after teachers' vote. (Source: UPI) France's Macron calls unvaccinated people "irresponsible." (Source: NBC News) Jan. 6 committee seeks information from Sean Hannity. (Source: ABC  News) Sweden creates agency to combat fake news. (Source: AP)

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