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Tuesday, Sept. 26

Families tour the space that Gigi’s Playhouse plans to fit out for its new, larger facility. (Source: Gigi’s Playhouse)

• Pa. Sen Martin calls for study of school security programs: He is recommending the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee examine program effectiveness and research opportunities to build partnerships with county behavioral health services and other organizations. (Source: ABC 27)

• GiGi’s Playhouse plans move to larger quarters: The nonprofit, which serves individuals with Down Syndrome, is fitting out a space at the Oregon Business Center roughly three times larger than the one it has now, with plans for a grand reopening in January. (Source: LNP)

• Lebanon school superintendent dies: Arthur Abrom battled with cancer for nine years. (Source: CBS 21)

• Sen. Fetterman co-sponsors bill to cancel school lunch debt: An estimated 30 million children account for an estimated $262 million a year in unpaid meals. (Source: Fox 43)

• Ephrata Fair opens: The event, billed as Pennsylvania’s largest street fair, continues through Saturday. (Source: Fox 43)

• Nation/world: Biden to join United Auto Workers on picket line. (Source: ABC News) Hunter Biden sues Giuliani over data privacy. (Source: NPR) Trump aide Hutchinson’s book describes chaos in administration’s final days. (Source: CNN) California enacts law barring school boards from banning inclusive curriculum, books. (Source: L.A. Times) Hard-right Republicans continue momentum toward government shutdown. (Source: AP) Mexico agrees to deport migrants. (Source: UPI) Powerball jackpot reaches $800 million. (Source: NBC News)