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United Way of Lancaster County


Wednesday, July 12

(Source: Capella U.)

• Budget impasse could spur university tuition hikes: State funding for Penn State, the University of Pittsburgh and Temple University is at stake in the dispute. (Source: AP)

• Agreement would provide Capella U. students with county emergency-management internships: The agreement with the for-profit school, subject to the commissioners’ approval Wednesday, would be for one year and would renew automatically. (Source: LNP)

• York market opens doors to Broad Street Market vendors: Penn Market says it will provide temporary space as long as it is available to vendors affected by the fire at the Harrisburg landmark. (Source: CBS 21)

• Bill would increase employees’ pregnancy protections: State Sen. Sen. Amanda Cappelletti, D-Delaware, is introducing legislation requiring employers to provide “reasonable workplace accommodations.” (Source: Capital-Star)

• State police step up enforcement on I-81: There were more than 2,000 crashes on the highway between 2018 and 2022, including 42 fatal ones. (Source: WGAL)

• Nation/world: Iowa legislature passes 6-week abortion ban. (Source: ABC News) Zelensky moderates complaints about NATO ahead of Biden meeting. (Source: Voice of America) North Korea fires missile. (Source: UPI) Pence opposes abortion for unviable pregnancies. (Source: AP) Jury rules handwritten note found in Aretha Franklin’s couch is a valid will. (Source: NPR) Novelist Milan Kundera dies at 94. (Source: NY Times)