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Tuesday, Feb. 6

Officers remove protesters calling for Pennsylvania to suspend investment in Israel from the Rotunda of the state Capitol in Harrisburg on Monday, Feb. 5, 2024. (Source: Jewish Voice for Peace)

• More than 100 protesters handcuffed at Capitol: Police cited 126 people for trespassing, saying they entered the building without authorization during a rally opposing Pennsylvania’s investment in Israel Bonds. (Source: CBS 21)

• Defeated Aument opponent continues pushing fraud claims: Michael Miller has filed a petition in federal court, his latest challenge to the results of the May 2022 primary. (Source: LNP)

• Immigration lending program enters Pennsylvania: The Capital Good Fund provides loans at 15.99% to immigrants seeking to pay legal or medical expenses. (Source: WITF)

• Still no answers in mail ballot delay case: Local postal workers say they’re not aware of any investigation into why 268 ballots postmarked Oct. 30 weren’t delivered until the Monday after Election Day. (Source: LNP | WITF)

• Tene Darby resigns from city Democratic Committee: Darby had been suspended since August due to her support for independent City Council candidate Willie Shell. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Republicans oppose bill reforming border security, aiding Ukraine. (Source: The Hill) House Republicans poised to impeach Mayorkas. (Source: UPI) Trump Supreme Court filing denies he incited insurrection. (Source: USA Today) Nevada holds primaries, Republican party holds caucus. (Source: AP) King Charles under treatment for cancer. (Source: BBC News) Toby Keith dies at 62. (Source: CBS News)