Chambersburg becomes the first municipality to repeal a non-discrimination law

By Gabriela Martínez

Chambersburg repealed a law that would have extended protections for gay, transgender or genderqueer people in employment, housing and public accommodations. It would have covered others, such as veterans, who aren’t named in state anti-discrimination law.

Sen. Ted Cruz to visit Lehigh Valley to endorse Pennsylvania U.S. Senate candidate

The Texas Republican lawmaker aimed to overturn Pennsylvania’s 2020 election results last year.

By Tim Lambert

ACLU finds Allegheny County students are arrested more often than anywhere else in Pennsylvania

The report cites implicit racial bias and overcharging as two causes for the disparity among arrest rates and the overall high number of arrest rates in general.

By Kiley Koscinski/WESA

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