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WBFO Brief Jan. 11, 2022

A paramedic shortage is rising in Ontario, Williamsville has voted to not impose or enforce any other COVID masking mandates, and the state senate looks at voter access in NYS. Also, freshly counted votes show Starbucks workers have unionized another Buffalo-area location, and the ATF is expected to have a report on the Buffalo grand arson by the end of the week.

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