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Monday, April 22

Audry Carter, interim president, Pennsylvania College of Art & Design. (Source: PCAD)

• ARPA: How local municipalities have spent their share: Among the 59 Lancaster County jurisdictions that received a total of $50 million American Rescue Plan Act allocations through state government, the top two uses were water infrastructure ($10.2 million) and revenue replacement ($9 million). (Source: LNP)

• Sen. Fetterman calls for legalizing marijuana in Pa.: In an interview on Fox News Digital, the Democrat said pot should be “safe, pure, taxed and available.” (Source: ABC 27)

• Sen. Bob Casey visits Lancaster Democrats: Democracy is on the line this year, the incumbent said in comments at the county Democratic Committee Headquarters. (Source: ABC 27) Protesters briefly interrupted him, calling for a cease-fire in Gaza. (Source: LNP)

• Tucker Carlson speaks at convention center: The sold-out event was hosted by Dayspring Christian Academy. Lancaster City Democratic Committee organized a protest outside. (Source: WGAL)

• PCAD appoints Audry Carter as interim president: Carter, a former board chair at art college, replaces Michael Molla, who resigned abruptly April 8. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Opening statements expected today in Trump trial. (Source: NBC News) Supreme Court hears homelessness case. (Source: NPR) Columbia U. holds classes virtually amid turmoil over Gaza. (Source: UPI) Israeli military intelligence chief resigns over Oct. 7. (Source: AP) Tesla cuts prices; shares drop. (Source: Reuters) Former hostage Terry Anderson dies. (Source: UPI)