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Monday, May 22

Lancaster General Hospital

• LGH behavioral health workers raise concerns about layoffs: There were 18 Behavioral Health Intervention personnel among 62 positions cut in April. Remaining staff say patient welfare could be impacted; hospital administrators say work assignments are being adjusted to compensate. (Source: LNP)

• Fetterman tackles Senate life post-depression: The Democrat has regained his cheerfulness, colleagues say. He continues to use IT to assist with his auditory processing difficulties. (Source: AP)  

• Ruling raises bar for classifying social media posts as public records: Attorney Josh Bonn says the Commonwealth Court’s decision materially changed the accepted interpretation of the law. (Source: Spotlight PA

• School board primaries augur heated races in November: In Warwick, Manheim Township and Hempfield, culture-war issues are sparking increased political engagement. (Source: LNP)

• Pa. economy would suffer from a federal default: Moody’s Analytics estimates that Pennsylvania would lose 200,000 jobs from a significant breach of the debt ceiling. (Source: Fox 43)

• Nation/world: Biden, McCarthy to discuss debt ceiling. (Source: UPI) Civil rights groups issue travel advisory for Florida. (Source: NPR) Warner CEO booed at Boston U. commencement. (Source: ABC News | AP) China bans U.S. memory chip maker. (Source: BBC News) Women sue Texas over abortion laws. (Source: AP)