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Thursday, Dec. 21

High Foundation Executive Director Robin Stauffer, left, and Chairman S. Dale High. (Source: Provided)

• High Real Estate Group donated to High Foundation: The move follows the transfer of High Industries to the foundation in 2022. (Source: LNP)

• Advocates praise state funding for public defenders: Pennsylvania had been one of just two states that did not provide state-level support. Source: WITF)

• Red Rose Transit scales back microtransit plans: Its transit plan is scheduled for adoption early next year. (Source: LNP)

• State police plan increased enforcement over holiday weekend: They will be on the alert for speeding, aggressive driving and driving under the influence. (Source: Fox 43)

• Leaders call on Yellen to block U.S. Steel acquisition: Democratic Sens. Bob Casey and John Fetterman and Rep. Chris Deluzio say allowing Nippon Steel to buy the firm would be a setback for U.S. “supply chain integrity and economic security.” (Source: Capital-Star)

• Nation/world: Trump asks Supreme Court not to fast-track immunity case. (Source: NBC News) Colorado Supreme Court Justices face violent threats. (Source: CBS News) Federal judge blocks California gun restrictions. (Source: UPI) Takeaways from the opioid settlement rollout. (Source: NPR) House committee to investigate plagiarism allegations against Harvard president. (Source: UPI) Holiday transportation rush begins. (Source: AP)