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Will Pa. be the eighth state to pass legislation banning hair discrimination?

Priscilla Liguori HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Seven other states have passed CROWN Act legislation. Crown stands for “create a respectful and open world for natural hair.” Now, some state lawmakers are working to make Pennsylvania the eighth. Thursday, PA lawmakers introduced legislation to protect people from being discriminated against for...

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Coronavirus in Pennsylvania: 853 new cases, 153,397 total

Tin Nguyen HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 853 new cases of Covid-19 on Thursday, Sept. 24 bringing the statewide total of positive cases to 153,397. Centre County is reporting an increase of 109 cases. The number of tests administered within the last 7 days between Sept....

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US high court next up in Pennsylvania’s mail-in ballot fight

Tin Nguyen HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court on Thursday rejected Republican requests to put on hold its decision to extend the deadline to receive and count mail-in ballots in November’s election. The court, which has a 5-2 Democratic majority, rejected the request without comment, clearing Republicans to ask...

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PA GOVERNOR to discuss COVID-19 response, call for government reforms

WGAL Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf will provide an update on the state's coronavirus response and discuss reforms he wants lawmakers to consider.He's expected to speak at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at PEMA headquarters.Wolf plans to urge the General Assembly to pass measures to hold elected officials accountable to Pennsylvanians and not...

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Harrisburg Holiday parade to continue with a twist

Tin Nguyen HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Harrisburg City is moving forward with its annual holiday parade, albeit with a twist. The city is planning a reverse parade, meaning spectators will stay in their vehicles and drive past decorated floats, bands, and businesses instead of crowding the streets. The parade will...

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Republicans lose a round in Pennsylvania mail voting dispute HARRISBURG, Pa. - The Pennsylvania Supreme Court dealt a blow Thursday to Republicans in the legal fight over the deadline for mailed ballots in the presidential battleground state.The court, which has a 5-2 Democratic majority, rejected without comment a request by Republicans to put on hold its decision to...

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