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5 things to know about Affordable Care Act’s 2020 enrollment period

Western Pennsylvanians shopping for 2020 insurance coverage through the federal health care marketplace can expect to see a small uptick in prices over last year and more plans to choose

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Joel Embiid, KAT Each Suspended 2 Games for Fight

We now know the punishments for the fight between Joel Embiid and Karl-Anthony Towns that occurred Wednesday night. Embiid will be suspended two games for his actions in the Sixers’ 117-95

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$90M for Pa. voting machines, mail-in ballots signed into law

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Judge: Pennsylvania can’t tally Marsy’s Law votes while challenge pending

HARRISBURG — A judge ruled Wednesday that votes in a referendum next week about enshrining victims’ rights in Pennsylvania’s constitution will not be tallied or certified while a legal challenge

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Son, 50, accused of killing parents in their home

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USDA unveils new federal hemp regulations

About an hour ago Almost a year after lifting a ban on commercial hemp production, the federal government unveiled rules that will regulate the crop. “We said we would get

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Shake Milton injures knee in victory against the Hawks

The Philadelphia 76ers had their second year combo guard go down with an injury during their victory against the Atlanta Hawks. In the victory against the Atlanta Hawks, the Philadelphia

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Auditor General announces extra money for municipal pensions across Pennsylvania

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3 Democratic Presidential Candidates Discuss Criminal Justice Reform in Philadelphia

Published at Mon, 28 Oct 2019 23:31:32 +0000 Source: 3 Democratic Presidential Candidates Discuss Criminal Justice Reform in Philadelphia.

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Pennsylvania attorney general sues billionaire Sackler family, owners of Oxycontin maker

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Bill could usher Pennsylvania elections into new era

HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania lives in a cave when it comes to modern elections, critics say, but fast-tracked legislation that was quietly negotiated behind closed doors could usher in some advancement.

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Health Code Violations Closes Exton Square Mall Food Court

Published at Fri, 25 Oct 2019 22:32:26 +0000 Source: Health Code Violations Closes Exton Square Mall Food Court.

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Pennsylvania to get $53M in opioid treatment drug settlement

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Pennsylvania won’t give driver’s license records to Census

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Philadelphia tops list of cities for bed bugs, Pittsburgh makes list

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Report: Traffic-related deaths rise in Pa., continue to drop across U.S.

About an hour ago Pennsylvania saw a slight increase in traffic-related fatalities last year despite a national down tick, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Across the state,

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Pennsylvania Game Commission advises hunters to take precautions against EEE virus

The Pennsylvania Game Commission is issuing a warning to the state’s hunters. With a rare mosquito-transmitted virus documented in the state this year, the Game Commission is encouraging hunters and

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Wolf, Fetterman travel to NYC for cannabis summit

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Pennsylvania fir selected as White House Christmas tree

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Philadelphia Mayor Announces Plan to Restrict Vaping Sales

What to Know Philadelphia’s mayor is working to advance legislation that would limit the sale of vaping products in the city. Under the proposal, sales of certain products would be

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Fentanyl test strips should be legal in Pennsylvania, auditor general says

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Governor says Pennsylvania will keep accepting refugees

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Pennsylvania expanding tax to more out-of-state corporations

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Landscaper killed when mower slides into Pa. creek, overturns

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Pennsylvania Priest Accused of Sexually Abusing Minor

A Pennsylvania priest was removed from the ministry after being accused of sexually abusing a minor. Father Robert J. Potts, the pastor of St. Ursula Church, Fountain Hill in Bethlehem,