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Friday, Aug. 12

The Lititz Rotary Craft Show. (Source: Lititz Rotary Club)

• State error complicates ballot lawsuit: Pennsylvania says it certified Butler County’s May primary results after losing track of a letter from the county saying it would not count mail-in ballots without signed envelopes. The mistake could undermine the state’s lawsuit against Fayette, Lancaster and Berks counties. (Source: LNP)  

• Advocates urge reauthorization of home visit program: The federal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program is set to expire at the end of September. (Source: WITF

• Fetterman returns to campaign trail: The Democratic U.S. Senate candidate is scheduled to appear at an event in Erie this evening. (Source: WESA

• Lititz Rotary hosts annual craft show: The show has grown into one of the largest in the region and will bring an estimated 50,000 people to the borough on Saturday. (Source: ABC 27)  

• Beautiful weekend ahead: Saturday and Sunday are expected to be sunny with temperatures in the 80s. (Source: CBS 21)

• Nation/world: Trump says he won’t oppose release of Mar-a-Lago warrant. (Source: NPR) Judge approves equal-pay settlement for U.S. women’s soccer. (Source: AP) House expected to pass climate, tax bill today. (Source: UPI) Armed man killed after firing nail gun into Cincinnati FBI office. (Source: NBC News) Advocates struggle to preserve women’s education in Afghanistan. (Source: AP) Anne Heche not expected to survive crash injuries. (Source: CBS News)