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Friday, April 7

Tennessee Reps. Gloria Johnson, Justin Pearson and Justin Jones held a press conference Monday, April 3, 2023. On Thursday, Pearson and Jones were expelled from the legislature for protesting gun violence; Johnson, who also protested, was not. (Source: WPLN)

 HDC MidAtlantic wants project’s neighbors to post bond: The nonprofit developer says the ongoing legal fight by neighbors of The Apartments at College Avenue is meritless, and should not be allowed to delay the project further or cost HDC access to funding. (Source: LNP)

 York launches community policing initiative: Four teams of officers are patrolling specific neighborhoods, building relationships and addressing quality-of-life issues. (Source: WGAL)

 Conestoga Valley selects new superintendent: Daniel Hartman, assistant superintendent in South Western School District in York, will replace David Zuilkoski, who is retiring. (Source: ABC 27)

 Feds to free Jan. 6 defendant Samuel Lazar in September: Lazar’s docket does not offer a reason for his release. (Source: LNP)

 Lancaster plans bike path along Broad and Chesapeake streets: Officials held an open house Thursday to explain the project. (Source: ABC 27)

 Nation/world: Tennessee GOP lawmakers expel two Black Democrats over gun violence protest. (Source: CBS News) Proposed Title IX rule would bar outright transgender athlete bans. (Source: AP) Justice Thomas never reported luxury trips funded by billionaire GOP donor. (Source: NPR) Kansas votes to ban hormone therapy and gender reassignment surgery on children. (Source: UPI) Israel hits Lebanon, Gaza with air strikes. (Source: BBC News) U.S. added 236,000 jobs in March. (Source: CNBC)