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News: Wednesday, March 2

Acting Human Services Secretary Meg Snead. (Source:

Acting Human Services Secretary Meg Snead. (Source:
Acting Human Services Secretary Meg Snead. (Source:


Pa. Supreme Court blocks lower court, lets mail-in voting remain for now: Commonwealth Court Senior Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt had ruled the law unconstitutional. The Supreme Court's order allows it to remain while the judges hear the case. (Source: CBS 21)

Mennonite Central Committee continues to serve Ukraine: MCC has deep ties to Ukraine: The organization was founded in 1920 to respond to famine in the region. (Source: WGAL)

Pa. focusing on improving maternal health: As of April 1, Pennsylvania will extend Medicaid's 60-day postpartum coverage to 1 year, acting Human Services Secretary Meg Snead said. (Source: Capital-Star)

Lancaster EMS renews national accreditation: It is one of only five EMS organizations in Pennsylvania accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services. (Source: ABC 27)

National/world roundup: Russian forces escalate attacks in Ukraine. (Source: UPI) Biden delivers State of the Union speech. (Source: NBC News) Major League Baseball cancels opening day. (Source: ABC News) Abbott, O'Rourke win in Texas gubernatorial primary races. (Source: USA Today) Powell promises Fed rate hikes. (Source: AP)