A person refueling a Plug Power GenDrive fuel cell with GenFuel hydrogen. (Source: Plug Power)
A person refueling a Plug Power GenDrive fuel cell with GenFuel hydrogen. (Source: Plug Power)

Headlines:

Lancaster County will be home to Pennsylvania's first green hydrogen plant: The fuel company Plug Power plans to build the green energy plant along the Susquehanna River. The plant is estimated to be up and running by 2022. (Source: StateImpact PA)

Pennsylvania vaccine providers optimistic that accelerated vaccine rollout will be manageable: Leaders in multiple counties are confident about their newly improved supplies, organization, and scheduling systems for vaccinations. (Source: CBS 21)

Settled lawsuit means millions in additional SNAP benefits owed to Pennsylvanians: Two  women settled a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which will result in $712 million in additional food stamp benefits to more than 650,000 Pennsylvanians. (Source: WITF)

Arrest is made in North Carolina road rage killing of Manheim woman: North Carolina man charged with first-degree murder and has been taken into custody. (Source: WGAL)

Questions raised on possible gender pay gap in Lancaster County Emergency Management Agency: A male private consultant hired last year to advise the county on managing the Covid-19 pandemic was paid nearly 50% more than a newly hired health & medical coordinator, a woman. County officials said the two positions have significantly different expectations, responsibilities and qualifications.  (Source: LNP)

National roundup: Dr. Fauci says U.S. has enough resources not to need the AstraZeneca vaccine. (Source: Reuters) 916,000 jobs added to U.S. economy in March, exceeding expectations. (Source: NBC) Sergeant testifies that Chauvin's restraint of George Floyd could have ended much sooner. (Source: AP) Over-the-counter Covid-19 tests authorized by FDA. (Source: NBC)

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