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United Way of Lancaster County


Tuesday, June 28

Cassidy Hutchinson, former senior aide to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. (Source: Jan. 6 Select Committee)

• Democrats push for ‘red flag’ laws in Pa.: If the state were to enact one, it could receive $750 million from the federal government for violence prevention and mental health services through the recent Safer Communities Act, U.S. Rep Dwight Evans and state Sen. Art Haywood said. (Source: WHYY)

• Sheetz lowers prices of ethanol-blend gas over July 4 weekend: The chain announced the price per gallon of unleaded88 and E85 blends will be $3.99 and $3.49, respectively. Other prices remain unchanged. (Source: PennLive)

• Lancaster County United Way sees drop in donations, rising costs: Individual small donors “are feeling the squeeze” of inflation, President and CEO Kevin Ressler said. (Source: ABC 27)

• University fetal tissue research at issue in state budget: Republicans want to make funding for Penn State, Lincoln, Temple and Pitt contingent on pledges that they do not use tissue from elective abortions for research. (Source: AP)

• Rep. Smucker quiet about Jan. 6 hearings: Smucker was among the Pa. Republicans who voted against certifying the state’s electors on Jan. 7. (Source: LNP)

• National/world: Dozens of migrants found dead in tractor-trailer in San Antonio (Source: CBS News) Cassidy Hutchinson to testify in surprise Jan. 6 hearing. (Source: NPR) At least 18 dead at shopping mall after Russian missile strike. (Source: UPI) Supreme Court rules for coach in prayer case. (Source: NBC News)