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Thursday, June 20

Moon Dancer Winery (Source: Moon Dancer Winery)

• East Hempfield Township adopts non-sanctuary resolution: The resolution, like ones passed by other municipalities and the Lancaster County commissioners, pledges cooperation with federal immigration enforcement. (Source: CBS 21)

• Rep. Smucker alleges retaliation by Philadelphia U.S. Attorney: In a letter, Smucker and Sen. Tom Cotton say Jacqueline Romero should be investigated for allegedly blocking Assistant U.S. Attorney Derek Hines’ use of his office because he is working on the Hunter Biden case. Romero denies the accusation. (Source: LNP)

• Harrisburg LGBT group opens office: The LGBT Center of Central PA’s space at 1323 N. Front St. includes a kitchen, laundry, library and community room. (Source: Fox 43)

• York County winery reopens: Neighbors had sued Moon Dancer Winery, saying its operation violates deed restrictions on the property. A judge had ordered it to close, but now says it can remain open while the litigation continues. (Source: WGAL)

• Sen. Bob Casey stumps for abortion rights: Casey, previously a self-described pro-life Democrat, says Republican challenger Dave McCormick would support a total abortion ban. (Source: AP)

• Nation/world: Tropical Storm Alberto makes landfall in Mexico. (Source: USA Today) Putin arrives in Vietnam. (Source: UPI) Louisiana law requires display of Ten Commandments. (Source: CBS News) South Korea will consider supplying arms to Ukraine. (Source: AP) Report: Climate change made U.S. heat wave 35 times more likely. (Source: BBC News)