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Thursday ‘News Feed’ From The Post Publications

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You’re reading News Feed for Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, a local news experiment from The Post. It focuses on articles curated from and linked to a variety of sources. They’re anticipated to be of interest to Post Publications’ readers, but could not be covered by The Post staff.

The State

Pennsylvania enacts ‘right to try’ law for terminally ill
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf is making Pennsylvania the 38th state to enact a “right to try” law that gives the terminally ill an avenue to try experimental treatments that aren’t fully approved by the federal government. (The Associated Press)


Pottstown mural law passes with 5-2 vote
Despite a last-minute change of heart by Councilman Joe Kirkland, the borough council moved ahead Tuesday night with the adoption of new rules governing murals. (The Mercury)

Pottstown land bank one step closer thanks to vote
The borough is one step closer to establishing its own land bank as the result of a 6-1 vote at Tuesday night’s council meeting. (The Mercury)

Limerick and East

Rolling Through: Pochet storms back, claims second straight District One title
Two things were threatening to approach all day on Wednesday — thunderstorms and Ben Pochet. Only one of them rolled through in the afternoon. Pochet, a senior at Spring-Ford, claimed the District One Class AAA boys golf championship for the second straight season. (PA Prep Live)

The Perkiomen Valley and North

East Greenville residents receive white supremacist flyers in mail
A number of residents of East Greenville have spoken with police after receiving flyers advocating white supremacy. (The Times Herald)

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