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Friday, March 25

(Source: Bethany Slavic Church)

(Source: Bethany Slavic Church)
(Source: Bethany Slavic Church)

• Pa. to raise tipped minimum wage threshold: Under a rule approved this week by the Independent Regulatory Review Commission, employees will have to make at least $135 a month in tips, up from $30, to qualify for the $2.83 per hour tipped minimum wage rather than the standard minimum of $7.25. (Source: Fox 43)

Supply chain issues affecting farmers' fertilizer: Farmers are buying now for the 2023 planting season, with cost increases potentially affecting food prices thereafter. (Source: WLVR)

• Advocates push to allow radar for local police: Pennsylvania is the only state that bars municipal departments from using the technology to catch speeders. (Source: CBS 21)

• Ephrata church to hold 2nd Ukrainian fundraiser: Bethany Slavic Church will host a bazaar from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday with Slavic food, a silent auction and traditional Easter egg painting. (Source: LNP)

• National/world roundup: Biden heads to Poland. (Source: AP) U.S., EU announce energy partnership. (Source: CBS News) Text messages show Justice Clarence Thomas' wife Ginni pushed to overturn election. (Source: CNN) Arizona poised to ban abortions after 15 weeks. (Source: UPI) Trump sues Hillary Clinton. (Source: NBC News)