In this image from online video, School District of Lancaster Superintendent Damaris Rau speaks to the district school board during a meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020.

Headlines:

Pa. House passes "doomed" election overhaul bill: The bill passed Tuesday and creates stricter voter ID requirements and early voting, despite opposition from most Democrats and a promised veto from Gov. Tom Wolf. (Source: Spotlight PA)

Concern about childhood lead poisoning growing amid Covid-19 testing decrease: Few children are tested for lead poisoning during a normal year and many parents skipped routine checkups during the pandemic, so experts fear many children could be at risk. (Source: LNP)

Nursing home workers across the state vote to strike: 12 nursing homes will participate in the strike after complaints of understaffing, including Rose City Health and Rehab in Lancaster. (Source: WGAL)

SDoL votes to freeze dual language program enrollment, create strategic plan: The board voted on Tuesday to have the administration create a plan for a different program by January 2022 and to pause kindergarten enrollment in the program until then. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: Eric Adams leading in NYC mayoral race. (Source: USA Today) Biden faces pressure from left over voting bill. (Source: AP) AstraZeneca, Pfizer vaccines effective against Delta Covid-19 variant. (Source: Reuters) Violent encounters with police send thousands to hospital annually. (Source: NBC News) Poll: Many Democrats want more U.S. aid for Palestine. (Source: AP) Olympic organizers ban alcohol sale, consumption. (Source: UPI)

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