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Tuesday, June 6

Marci Hamilton, CEO of Child USA, speaks at a rally on changing Pennsylvania’s statute of limitations hosted by state Rep. Mark Rozzi, at right, at the Capitol in Harrisburg on Monday, June 5, 2023. (Source: Office of Rep. Mark Rozzi)

• Child abuse survivors rally for amendment: Plain community members were among those calling on the Pennsylvania to open a two-year window allowing those assaulted years ago to sue their abusers. (Source: ABC 27)

• Stadium Row developer proposes addition: Another 95 units would be built on the site of Union Community Care’s administrative offices near Clipper Magazine Stadium. (Source: LNP)

• Partisan budget divide could test Gov. Shapiro: House Democrats passed a budget Monday that would spend nearly $1.4 billion more than Shapiro proposed. Leaders in the Senate Republican majority say spending must be curbed to keep it in line with revenue. (Source: AP)

• Lancaster County commissioners consider burn ban: If approved Wednesday, the one-month ban would take effect Friday. (Source: LNP)

• Pa. House approves expansion of senior property tax rebates: The measure, which now goes to the Senate, raises the maximum rebate and the income caps for eligibility. (Source: AP)

• Nation/world: Ukraine accuses Russia of blowing up Kakhovka dam. (Source: NBC News) Prince Harry testifies in tabloid case. (Source ABC News) Oklahoma board approves taxpayer-funded Catholic charter school. (Source: AP) FTC fines Microsoft $20 million. (Source: UPI) Screen actors’ union votes to authorize strike. (Source: AP)