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Wednesday, Sept. 7

Elections staff and volunteers open and sort mail-in ballots at the Lancaster Couty Government Center on Tuesday, May 17, 2022. (Photo: Tim Stuhldreher)

• Lancaster County adding safeguards to ballot-printing process: Amendments to the county’s contract with vendor NPC, set for approval by the commissioners today, require time stamps for test ballots and day-by-day approvals of printing batches. (Source: LNP)

• Oz, Sen. Toomey question Fetterman’s health: The two suggested Fetterman is unable to debate Dr. Oz due to the effects of the stroke he suffered earlier this year. (Source: ABC 27)

• Fulton Bank customers notified of data breach: Fulton vendor OSC says it discovered a security compromise on July 5 that affected about 100,000 customers. Customers can sign up with OSC for 24 months of free credit monitoring. (Source: WGAL)

• Bucks County calls off wastewater privatization plan: The $1.1 billion sale to Aqua Pennsylvania attracted heated public opposition. It would have been the largest privatization of a public sewer system in U.S. history. (Source: Philadelphia Inquirer)

• State pushes for more school bus drivers: The driver shortage is easing, but 2,000 to 3,000 vacancies remain. (Source: CBS 21)

• Nation/world: Mar-A-Lago document stash included document describing a foreign government’s nuclear capabilities. (Source: Washington Post) Leaked Oath Keepers roster lists hundreds of elected officials, soldiers and police. (Source: CBS News) Bannon to surrender to New York officials in border wall fraud case. (Source: CNN) Shelling resumes near Ukraine nuclear plant. (Source: UPI) Grand Canyon officials warn of excessive heat. (Source: USA Today) Legal experts blast judge’s special-master ruling. (Source: NBC News)