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United Way of Lancaster County


Tuesday, July 26

Rep. Glenn Thompson

• Malfunctioning pandemic EBT cards reported: The state Department of Human Services is issuing replacement cards to affected individuals. To obtain one, visit a county assistance office. (Source: ABC 27)

• GOP rallies to Mastriano: Republican moderates are making peace with his gubernatorial candidacy, despite his backing of Trump’s efforts to overthrow the 2020 election, support for comprehensive abortion bans and embrace of Christian nationalism. (Source: AP)

• Pa. Congressman attends gay son’s wedding after voting against same-sex marriage: Rep. Glenn Thompson was among 156 Republican U.S. House members to vote against the Respect for Marriage Act. (Source: Washington Post)

• Sale of Armstrong Flooring finalized: The $107 million bankruptcy sale to a consortium led by AHF Products is expected to lead to job losses, but company officials haven’t said how many. (Source: LNP)

• Cooler today, hot again by Thursday: After highs in the mid-80s today, humidity and above-90s temperatures will return Thursday. More moderate weather is expected by the weekend. (Source: WGAL)

• Nation/world: Pope apologizes for Catholic complicity in Canadian school policy for indigenous peoples. (Source: AP) John Roberts lobbied for more moderate SCOTUS decision on abortion. (Source: CNN) Med students walk out on anti-abortion speaker. (Source: NPR) Edits indicate Trump rejected calling for prosecuting Jan. 6 rioters. (Source: ABC News)