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Wednesday, June 14

U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, second from right, attends a briefing on the I-95 collapse in Philadelphia on Tuesday, June 13, 2023. (Source: @PeteButtigieg)

• Hempfield school district approves limits on explicit educational materials: Policies 108.1 and 109 bar pornography and obscenity and establish procedures for materials to be documented, challenged and reviewed. (Source: LNP)

• Elizabethtown water authority asks residents to limit usage: It is seeking to reduce demand by 5% to 10% to cope with low rainfall. (Source: WGAL)

• Fair funding ruling drives budget negotiations: Stakeholders agree that the ruling, as it now stands, requires a major overhaul of state education funding practices. (Source: Spotlight PA

• Buttigieg visits I-95 collapse site: The Transportation Secretary pledged federal assistance in rebuilding the damaged interstate. (Source: WGAL

• East Earl police officer suspended for ‘lynching’ social media comment: Gary Sensenig, who wrote “short rope, tall tree,” on a Facebook post about the arrest of a Black man in Harrisburg, served a 28-day suspension in February, half unpaid. (Source: LNP

• Nation/world: Trump lies repeatedly in speech after arraignment. (Source: CNN) Fed expected to pause rate hikes. (Source: UPI) 59 migrants killed when boat capsizes near Greece. (Source: ABC News) EU tells Google to break up digital ad business. (Source: Voice of America) Cormac McCarthy dies at 89. (Source: NPR)