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A year after the U.S. Capitol riot, Pa. voters, candidates and policy are still influenced by what happened.

Misinformation that inspired the melee still has a grip in some parts of the state’s political environment.

By Sam Dunklau

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A Bucks County school district told teachers not to discuss the Jan. 6 insurrection with students

Pennridge School District teachers teachers were told not to “wade into” discussions with students about the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection in Washington D.C. “due to the current polarization and strong emotions.”

By Emily Rizzo/WHYY and Katie Meyer/WHYY

A showdown could be brewing between U.S. Rep. Perry and the Jan. 6 committee

Perry’s refusal of the panel’s interview request could be setting up an unusual legal battle between a standing committee and a sitting member of Congress.

By Sam Dunklau

Updated: 2021-05-28 16:17:43

Pa. Sen. Doug Mastriano unlikely to face consequences over newly released Jan. 6 videos at the Capitol

Legal and political circumstances favor and may even reward the Adams County Republican for what the footage appears to show.

By Sam Dunklau