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Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania are unveiling sweeping changes to the conduct of elections through a proposed constitutional amendment. It's the latest turn in a partisan power struggle over elections in the wake of former President Donald Trump’s baseless claims about election fraud.
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A new two-unit, six-bedroom duplex opened in Homewood for Trade Institute of Pittsburgh students. The organization’s new workforce housing project renovated a home on Susquehanna Street for students who may be experiencing housing insecurity.
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