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With a budget in question, a program pairing pregnant women with nurses could lose funding.
Charles Smith said militias would be on hand and with enough people they could “storm the buildings and take out the trash right there.”
The proposal would require insurers to provide doctors with more information upfront.
Prisoner advocates say Dauphin County Prison’s heating and cooling system has been a problem for years.
Shortages of nurses, doctors and other qualified workers was a challenge before the coronavirus strained hospitals, however, the virus accelerated the need for action, as burned-out nurses fled intensive care units flooded with COVID-19 patients.
Pennsylvania crisis intervention centers are facing a staffing shortage at a time when demand is expected to increase.
A Yardley couple is suing Bucks County and 10 county jail employees over what they allege were civil rights violations against their daughter, 29-year-old Kim Stringer.
Chickens at two more farms in Lancaster County have tested positive for the highly pathogenic avian influenza,