Former Pa. governor and U.S. secretary of Homeland Security, Tom Ridge. (Source: Ridge-Lane Limited Partners)
Former Pa. governor and U.S. secretary of Homeland Security, Tom Ridge. (Source: Ridge-Lane Limited Partners)

Headlines:

• New F&M poll reveals Covid-19 concern, support for modifying election law: Only 7% of respondents named Covid-19 as Pennsylvania's most important problem, compared to 31% in March. (Source: LNP) The poll also found a majority of Pennsylvania registered voters endorsed "major changes" to election law. (Source: LNP)

• Acting Pa. physician general: Health systems should be able to mandate vaccination: "I believe that anyone, any organization that is caring for vulnerable people have an interest to make sure that their staff are vaccinated," Dr. Denise Johnson said Tuesday. (Source: WGAL)

• Major GOP election overhaul advances to Pa. House: Pennsylvania Republicans in the state House advanced their proposed election overhaul legislation Tuesday over the strong objections of Democrats, who called it an attack on voting rights. (Source: Spotlight PA)

• Former Pa. Gov. Tom Ridge had stroke: Ridge spokesman Steve Aaron said that the former governor is now in critical but stable condition. (Source: WITF)

• National/world roundup: Supreme Court spares Obamacare. (Source: NBC News) Biden talks down Putin, spurs allies in Geneva. (Source: Reuters) Biden to sign Juneteenth bill. (Source: USA Today) Less than 1% of people who had severe Covid-19 get re-infected. (Source: UPI) In poorest countries, surges worsen vaccine shortages. (Source: AP)

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