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Thursday, June 30

Roots Country Market (Source: Roots Market)

• Pa. Senate passes bills limiting school sexual content, transgender athletes: The bills would still require passage by the House, and Democrats say Gov. Tom Wolf will veto them. (Source: WITF | AP)

• Fowl from flu quarantine zone sold at auction: A backyard chicken grower breeder illegally brought the birds to Roots Country Market, officials said. Birds were kept on site until they could be tested and cleared for infection. (Source: LNP)

• Mayor Sorace discusses ARPA, affordable housing: The Affordable housing was the No. 1 issue when the city canvassed public opinion last year, the mayor said. (Source: ABC27) This week, Lancaster released its request for proposals for affordable housing projects.

• State House approves resolution to investigate Philly DA: The House Speaker Bryan Cutler, R-Lancaster, will appoint a five-member investigative committee to review allegations that District Attorney Larry Krasner is abetting crime with lenient policies. Opponents call the probe political theatrics. (Source: Capital-Star)

• National/world: The Poll: Americans split 48%/31% on whether Trump should be charged for inciting Jan. 6 coup. (Source: AP) Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Cipollone. (Source: ABC News) Russia, Ukraine exchange POWs. (Source: UPI) Gas prices ease slightly ahead of July 4 weekend. (Source: USA Today) Ketanji Brown Jackson joins Supreme Court. (Source: CNN)