The Clubhouse at Willow Valley Communities. (Source: Willow Valley Communities)
The Clubhouse at Willow Valley Communities. (Source: Willow Valley Communities)

Headlines:

Judge says school mask mandate must end Dec. 4: Judge Christine Fizzano Cannon agreed to lift the automatic stay granted when the Wolf administration appealed her ruling that the mandate is unlawful. (Source: Fox 43)

State House passes permitless concealed carry: The bill, passed along party lines, faces a veto from Gov. Tom Wolf. (Source: AP)

Willow Valley Communities to join Acts Retirement Services: Texas-based Acts is the nation's third largest senior living nonprofit. It will take on oversight of Willow Valley Living on Jan. 1, and half of Willow Valley Communities' board seats next spring. Willow Valley Communities will continue as a legal entity and brand. (Source: LNP)

Justice reform advocates say Pa. bill would shut down nonprofit bail funds: The bill, which passed the state House just two weeks after its introduction, would impose licensing requirements on entities that pay bail. The measure is a "giveaway" to the bail bond industry, state Rep. Emily Kinkead, D-Allegheny, said. (Source: Capital-Star)

Lancaster Safety Coalition to upgrade surveillance cameras: The nonprofit is raising $2.5 million to replace 170 existing cameras with 187 360-degree ones. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: Covid-19 vaccine can be given with routine childhood shots, pediatricians say. (Source: ABC News) Belarus shelters refugees after clashes with Poland. (Source: UPI) First human trial to begin of Alzheimer's nasal vaccine. (Source: CBS News) Though unenforceable, racial covenants remain on the books nationwide. (Source: NPR)

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