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Tuesday, Nov. 7

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• Today is Election Day: Polls are open statewide from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Source: WGAL)

• Report recommends interconnecting electricity grids to save money: Transmission costs between the PJM grid in the mid-Atlantic and MISO in the Midwest add billions of dollars to consumers’ bills, the analysis says. (Source: StateImpact PA)

• Olympian Johnny Weir donates to Quarryville library: Weir, a Quarryville native, said he would cover the loss of $1,000 from Fulton Township, which pulled its funding over the library’s LGBTQ+ materials. (Source: LNP)

• Sen. Casey pushes ‘Fend Off Fentanyl Act’: The law targets international trafficking, helping to stop the drug at its source, Casey said at an appearance at state police headquarters. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Affordability puts 7 Pa. metros in U.S. News’ Top 10 Best Places to Retire: Lancaster County ranked third on the annual list, behind Harrisburg and Reading. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Netanyahu says Israel will maintain control over Gaza indefinitely. (Source: AP) WeWork declares bankruptcy. (Source: NPR) Abortion rights on ballot in Ohio election. (Source: AP) Trump combative in fraud trial testimony. (Source: USA Today) Supreme Court to weigh gun rights of accused domestic abusers. (Source: NBC News) Scientists discover oldest black hole yet. (Source: CBS News)