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Wednesday, July 10

Pennsylvania’s new license plate design. (Source:

• Negotiations continue over education funding in state budget: Activists say a Senate Republican proposal to base allocations on U.S. Census data rather than state data would reduce funding to poorer school districts. (Source: Capital-Star)

• PennDOT unveils new license plate, welcome sign designs: The Liberty Bell features prominently in both. (Source: WITF)

• Former police officer appears in court: Andrew Selby, 54, will have charges of attempted rape and attempted statutory rape proceed in court. Two other charges were dismissed. (Source: Fox 43)

• Historic printing nonprofit gets one-month extension: The deadline for the Center for Letterpress and Book Arts to leave its location at 117 Parkside Ave. is now Aug. 1 rather than July 1. The landlord, Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, says it needs the site for offices and classes. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Israelis order evacuation of Gaza City. (Source: AP) Moscow court orders arrest of Nalvany’s widow. (Source: NPR) Democratic senator says Biden can’t win. (Source: CNN) Trump challenges Biden to debate rematch. (Source: USA Today) U.S. shuts down Russian disinformation bot farm. (Source: The Hill) Biden promises air defense systems for Ukraine. (Source: BBC News)