The former Conestoga View nursing home is now known as Lancaster Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

Headlines:

Inspection finds understaffing at former Conestoga View:  The nursing home averaged 2.4 hours of care per resident during the time period reviewed, which one industry expert called "alarmingly low." In June, one of its owners, Chaim Steg, pleaded no contest to reckless endangerment charges in connection with three nursing home deaths in Delaware County.  (Source: LNP)

Gov. Wolf changes course, says he could support voter ID: In a Philadelphia Inquirer interview, Wolf said he is "sure ... a reasonable voter ID solution" exists. (Source: Capital-Star)

Workers to strike at rehab center: Staff at Rose City Nursing & Rehabilitation are joining fellow union members at sites statewide, saying they could make more at Walmart. (Source: LNP)

'Orange' air quality alert issued: The region's air quality is potentially dangerous for older individuals and those with lung conditions due to smoke from Canadian wildfires. Conditions are expected to improve later today. (Source: ABC 27)

National/world roundup: U.S. life expectancy drops by 1.5 years. (Source: AP) Infrastructure bill faces procedural vote in Senate. (Source: Reuters) Pediatricians call for universal masking in schools. (Source: NPR) Trump associate Tom Barrack charged with illegal lobbying. (Source: ABC News)

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