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Wednesday, Nov. 22

Tec Centro (Source: SACA)

• Federal judge says improperly dated mail-in ballots still count: U.S. District Judge Susan Paradise Baxter said the date is not materially related to voter eligibility, so disqualifying ballots due to it violates civil rights laws. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Tec Centro network receives $250,000: The grant from Truist Bank’s foundation will support the buildout of SACA’s signature workforce development model in southcentral Pennsylvania. (Source: LNP)

• Mild, weather expected for Thanksgiving: Forecasters are predicting sunny skies with highs in the low to mid-50s for Thursday. (Source: CBS 21)

• Shapiro administration to appeal court ruling on Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: The Commonwealth Court says Shapiro’s predecessor, Gov. Wolf, exceeded his authority when he enrolled Pennsylvania in the cap-and-trade program. (Source: StateImpact)

• Advocates: Gender-affirming care goes beyond surgery, medications: “An affirmation is something that occurs across the board in society,” UPMC psychiatrist Dr. Kristen Eckstrand said. (Source: ABC 27)

• Nation/world: Israel approves hostage/ceasefire deal with Hamas. (Source: UPI) OpenAI reinstates Altman as CEO. (Source: NPR) Trump Org. controller weeps during testimony. (Source: CNN) Report: World’s top 1% — those earning $160,000+ — emit as much carbon pollution as bottom 66%. (Source: CBS News) Maui residents want vacation rentals converted into emergency housing. (Source: AP)