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Monday, March 6

(Source: Yale Climate Connections | StateImpact PA)

• Gov. Shapiro will propose his first budget on Tuesday: Priorities include education, particularly in light of the Commonwealth Court’s fair funding ruling earlier this year; and offsetting the impact of federal rollbacks of pandemic food aid and Medicaid enhancements. (Source: Spotlight PA)

• Surprise driver’s license suspensions disrupt lives: Officials cite issues with record-keeping and communication between local courts and the Department of Transportation. (Source: LNP)

• Pa. ranks 45th in renewable energy: Just 3% of energy generated here is from renewable sources. (Source: StateImpact PA)

• Hershey to offer Sensory Friendly Night: The evening offers accommodations for those with sensory sensitivities, including quieter audio and dimmer lighting. It is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. March 15. (Source: CBS 21)

• Penn Manor track forms Unified Club: The Special Olympics initiative pairs students with and without disabilities. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Dozens arrested in clashes outside police training center in Atlanta. (Source: ABC News) 1 dead, 8 injured in stampede at GloRilla concert. (Source: NBC News) Ukraine digs in at Bakhmut. (Source: AP) Trump dominates CPAC. (Source: Politico) George, Kellyanne Conway divorcing. (Source: USA Today) Lynrd Skynrd founding member Gary Rossington dead at 71. (Source: NPR)