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Thursday, Sept. 21

The Lancaster Public Library. (Source: Provided)

• Pa. Senate approves bill for earlier 2024 primary: The legislation, which would move the primary to March 19, now goes to the state House. (Source: WGAL)

• Lancaster Public Library sues parking authority: The lawsuit, filed June 1, says the authority, which owns the library’s building is failing to perform maintenance required under the lease agreement. (Source: LNP)

• Milton Hershey School opens early learning center: The Catherine Hershey School for Early Learning in Hershey is one of six planned locations, including three in Lancaster County. (Source: ABC 27)

• Gov. Shapiro creates AI governing board: It will begin meeting next week and will address the safety, privacy and economic implications of the new technology. (Source:  Capital-Star)

• Penn State filed inaccurate disclosure forms: The university acknowledged and corrected the mistakes following a Spotlight PA investigation. (Source: Spotlight PA)  

• Nation/world: Zelensky visiting Capitol, White House. (Source: NBC News) Senate overrides Tuberville block, approves military appointments. (Source: NPR) U.S. grants Temporary Protected Status to nearly 500,000 Venezuelan asylum-seekers. (Source: CBS News) India suspends visas for Canadians. (Source: CNN) Nine Memphis deputies indicted in death of inmate. (Source: UPI) Trump aide Cassidy Hutchison alleges Giuliani groped her. (Source: Politico)