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Democratic Gov. Josh Shapiro speaks at a microphone
Matt Rourke
Pennsylvania lawmakers are back in session, as House Democrats are unveiling a spending plan that could test Democratic Gov. Josh Shapiro's ability to manage a politically divided Legislature in his freshman year. House Democrats on Monday teed up a spending plan that goes well beyond what Shapiro proposed for the fiscal year starting July 1.
People swim in the Ormsby outdoor pool.
As Pittsburgh struggles to attract lifeguards — despite increasing pay rates — the city may have to choose which pools open this summer, and which ones stay closed.
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