We've got 20 days until the 2018 midterm elections. And with voter registration deadlines having now passed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, the focus shifts nearly entirely to how you'll vote. In our Voters Guide, you can find information on the candidates that will appear on your ballot and the issues that could help determine for whom you'll vote. With election day looming, the state legislature in Harrisburg will have its last scheduled voting day Wednesday, with a bill stemming from the Catholic Church clergy sex abuse grand jury report still being discussed. And, in sports, the Sixers got off to a rough start, falling to the Celtics in their season opener.
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It feels like just yesterday we were prepping for the primaries, and now the midterm elections are just weeks away. (Save the date: Nov. 6) Luckily, there's still plenty of time to study up and our new-and-improved voters guide can help.
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The decision on creating a proposed temporary adjustment to Pennsylvania's civil statute of limitations for sexual assault could come down to the wire today in the state Senate.
Republicans spent much of Tuesday mulling over the bill in closed-door meetings, setting up what could be a dramatic final scheduled voting day in the legislature's two-year session. On Tuesday, Wyndmoor insurance magnate James J. Maguire Sr., a top Catholic political donor, sent messages to GOP senators in support of the bill.
The extension on the statute of limitations for sexual assault was a key recommendation of the grand jury that investigated abuse in Pennsylvania.
Um, @theresa_cannon, I think we're going to need one of those lensballs.
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