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Monday, April 10

A Pride Fest flag adorns a bridge in Lititz Springs Park. (Source: Lititz Chooses Love)

 Sen. Casey to seek reelection in 2024: The Democrat, 62, is currently completing his third term in office. (Source: WGAL)

 Lititz Moravian Congregation apologizes over park controversy: The congregation issued a statement asking for forgiveness for seeking to prevent Lititz Chooses Love from holding a Pride Festival in Lititz Springs Park and saying it was in the wrong. (Source: LNP)

 Ukrainian man starts group to assist local refugees: Alexander Kachkovskyi’s “People from and Friends of Ukraine in Lancaster” is a clearinghouse for volunteer assistance, meetups and other resources. (Source: CBS 21)

 District judge fined $15,000: The Pa. Court of Judicial Discipline said Andrew LeFever’s failure to resign from the Lancaster City Democratic Committee after announcing his candidacy for district judge, and his endorsement vote for himself, were “clear violations” of ethics rules. (Source: LNP)

 Disclosures show details of Supreme Court campaign fundraising: On the Republican side, Montgomery County President Judge Carolyn Carluccio, who is endorsed, has raised $146,500, versus $10,800 for appellate judge Patricia McCullough, all but $800 from the Friends of Doug Mastriano PAC. For the Democrats, endorsed candidate Dan McCaffrey has raised $141,000, versus $66,500 for Deborah Kunselman. Both are Superior Court judges. (Source: Spotlight PA)

 Nation/world: DOJ opens investigation into leaked Pentagon documents. (Source: CBS News) House Democrats to introduce bill protecting abortion pill access after Texas ruling. (Source: NBC News) Local commissioners could reappoint ousted Tennesse lawmakers. (Source: UPI) Israeli settlers march to West Bank outpost. (Source: AP) Dalai Lama apologizes for ‘suck my tongue’ comment to boy. (Source: BBC News) Ben Ferencz, last living Nuremberg prosecutor, dies at 103. (Source: NPR)