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Friday, April 5

Hersheypark (Source: Provided)

• Judge dismisses suit seeking permission for supervised injection sites: Philadelphia nonprofit Safehouse had tried to argue it has religious and First Amendment rights to open such a site despite federal and state laws. (Source: WESA)

• Raccoon attacks guests at Hersheypark: Two individuals who were bitten by the animal were taken to the hospital as a precaution. A video of the incident was uploaded by the website TMZ. (Source: CBS 21)

• Gov. Josh Shapiro enjoys majority approval in new poll: The governor is more popular at this point in his term than any of his four most recent predecessors. (Source: ABC 27)

• Brook Lawn Farm Market closes: The owners are retiring after more than four decades. (Source: WGAL)

• Pittsburgh-area conservatives launch school board association: Pennsylvania School Directors Coalition founder Christina Brussalis has advocated for conservative educational policy causes, but says the organization aims to serve all school board members regardless of ideology. (Source: WESA)

• Nation/world: Israel dismisses two officers over World Central Kitchen attack. (Source: AP) Georgia judge rules Trump election fraud case can proceed. (Source: USA Today) Florida judge rules Trump documents case can proceed. (Source: NPR) New York demands more information on bond in Trump civil fraud case. (Source: AP) Port of Baltimore to reopen on limited basis by month’s end. (Source: UPI) Apple lays off 600 employees in California. (Source: CNBC) No Labels won’t field candidates against Trump, Biden. (Source: ABC News)