HARRISBURG (AP) — The Pennsylvania House is giving its approval to a bill that would make more data about COVID-19 and other diseases available to the public. The chamber voted along party lines Monday for a Republican-sponsored bill that would make records about disease prevention and control subject to disclosure through the Right-to-Know Law. Supporters say such information has sometimes been difficult to obtain during the pandemic, and it could help people make good health decisions. Democrats warn the bill’s implications aren’t clear, and it could be risky to produce information that might invade individuals’ privacy. The proposal was sent to the state Senate for its consideration.