Good morning. With health care reform put off until Thursday . . .

Moriah Balingit has the story on the Supreme Court banning mandatory lifetime sentences for juveniles. There are 11 underage defendants awaiting homicide trials in Allegheny County.

County Controller Chelsa Wagner wants a review of tax exempt properties countywide to see if the county is due more real estate revenue without having to raise taxes, writes Len Barcousky. In a similar move city councilwoman Natalia Rudiak is holding a public meeting today at 1 p.m. centering on UPMC's tax-exempt status.

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