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Monday, Nov. 13

Horses from the Rocky Springs Carousel are seen in storage. (Source: OUL file photo)

• Veterans Honor Park hosts its first Veterans Day celebration: About 200 people gathered at the park in Lititz on Sunday afternoon. (Source: LNP)

• Lincoln U. students, alumni march to Capitol: They want lawmakers to complete the state budget process so their university and others can receive funding. (Source: WGAL)

• Pa. musician appeals to U.S. Supreme Court to opt out of union dues: If government employees can’t be compelled to pay dues, then employees of government-supported nonprofits should be exempt, too, Glen Wilkofsky’s lawsuit says. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Expensive judicial races may be here to stay: Contributors expended more than $22 million in the Pa. Supreme Court race between Democrat Dan McCaffery and Republican Carolyn Carluccio. McCaffery ultimately prevailed. (Source: AP)

• Strasburg Rail Road may house Rocky Springs Carousel: Backers say they envision installing the carousel in a carousel house and making it fully operational. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Gaza hospitals shutting down amid Israeli attacks. (Source: AP) Speaker Johnson’s funding plan falls flat as Friday shutdown deadline looms. (Source: NPR) U.S. airstrikes kill eight in Syria. (Source: CBS News) David Cameron named British foreign secretary. (Source: UPI) Tim Scott abruptly suspends presidential campaign. (Source: NBC News) Trump calls left ‘vermin.’ (Source: Forbes)