AP-PA--Pennsylvania News Coverage Advisory, PA
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HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania elected a state record four women to the U.S. House on Tuesday as Democrats smashed the state’s all-male congressional delegation, picked up three seats in the chamber and ousted a three-term Republican. Meanwhile, Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf will return for a second term, Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Casey won a third term and Democrats chipped away at the huge Republican majorities in the state Legislature. By Marc Levy and Mark Scolforo. AP photos.
— ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EMBEZZLEMENT — A former financial manager for a Pennsylvania-based economic development organization has admitted she embezzled more than $82,000.
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