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Monday, March 28

(Source: Anti-Defamation League)

(Source: Anti-Defamation League)
(Source: Anti-Defamation League)

Report: Pa. ranks No. 1 for white supremacist propaganda: More than 470 incidents were reported here, of which 90% were sourced to Texas-based Patriot Front, according to the Anti-Defamation League. (Source: WLVR)

• Hershey church hosts prayer service for Ukraine: Participants in the First United Methodist Church of Hershey event sang songs, told stories and prayed for those affected by the ongoing war. (Source: ABC 27)

• Lancaster redevelopment project stalled amid brothers' lawsuit: The partly finished Tobacco Avenue project at Walnut and Plum streets is half finished, and Peter Egan's construction company has sued brother Patrick Egan's development company. (Source: LNP)

• Pa. lawmakers push for whole milk in schools: House Bill 2397 would allow school districts to provide Pennsylvania-sourced milk to students, overriding a federal rule requiring skim milk. It would oblige the state Attorney General to sue the federal government if it intervened. (Source: CBS 21)

• Pa.'s gender pay gap is $11,396: That's slightly above the national average, according to U.S. Census data. (Source: Capital-Star)

• National/world roundup: Ukraine's Zelensky says peace conditions could include neutrality. (Source: AP) California grocery workers vote to authorize potential strike. (Source: Reuters) Shanghai launches China's largest Covid-19 shutdown in two years. (Source: AP) Mississippi passes largest-ever income tax cut. (Source: AP) Biden administration to unveil proposed 2023 budget. (Source: UPI) Will Smith slaps Chris Rock during Oscars. (Source: USA Today)