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Tuesday, Jan. 23

Team and local officials take part in a groundbreaking ceremony for the artificial turf field at Clipper Magazine Stadium on Monday, Jan. 22, 2024. (Source: Lancaster Barnstormers)

• Barnstormers break ground for artificial turf field: Clipper Magazine Stadium is owned by the Lancaster County Redevelopment Authority, and the turf is being funded with tax dollars through the City Revitalization & Improvement Zone program. (Source: ABC 27)

• Pa. Democrats propose easing restrictions on abortion clinics: Requirements that they meet ambulatory surgical center standards are burdensome and medically unnecessary, they said. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Pa. broadband authority reverses course on law limiting public internet: Initially, the authority said it would waive the law barring local governments from unilaterally providing internet service, but now says it does not conflict with federal grant requirements. (Source: Spotlight PA)

• Trump to speak at Great American Outdoor Show: He will give the keynote speech at the National Rifle Association’s Presidential Forum on Friday, Feb. 9. (Source: WGAL)

• Southern York County School District reinstates Susquehannock High School ‘warrior’ logo: School Board member Jen Henkel said the district will use private donations to revamp imagery. (Source: WGAL)

• Nation/world: Voters head to polls in New Hampshire primary. (Source: NBC News) Supreme Court votes 5-4 that Border Patrol has authority to remove Texas’ razor wire. (Source: CNN) Navy identifies SEALs missing after raid. (Source: NPR) Nine dead, including shooter, in Texas. (Source: CBS News) Biden, Harris promote abortion rights on Roe anniversary. (Source: UPI) ‘Oppenheimer’ snags 13 Oscar nominations. (Source: USA Today)