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Tuesday, April 18

Gerald Groff (Source: First Liberty Institute)

 SDL to vote tonight on appointing Przywara as assistant superintendent: Many teachers and students had called for Matt Przywara, who has been the acting superintendent for the 2022-23 school year, to get the top job. (Source: LNP)  

 Proposed dam would flood 40+ residential properties in York County: York Energy Storage is proposing the $2.1 billion project in Chanceford Township. (Source: WGAL

 Saturday is Prescription Drug Take-Back Day: Households are encouraged to dispose of medication at collection sites. Local sites are listed here, or can be found using this search tool. (Source: ABC 27)

 Supreme Court hears local mail carrier’s religious rights case today: Former Quarryville postman Gerald Groff contends he should not have been required to work on Sundays. (Source: WGAL

 Commonwealth Court dismisses challenge to constitutional amendments: The court dismissed the Wolf administration’s challenge to the package of Republican-supported abortion and election measures as premature. (Source: Capital-Star)

 State House Democrats reintroduce LGBTQ+ rights bill: House Bill 300 would add protections for sexual orientation and gender identity to the Pa. Human Relations Act. (Source: Capital-Star

 Nation/world: Suspect, 85, charged in shooting of Ralph Yarl, 16. (Source: ABC News) McCarthy floats debt limit proposal. (Source: NPR) Today is Tax Day. (Source: UPI) Putin visits Ukraine’s occupied Kherson region. (Source: BBC News) Trial begins in Dominion’s defamation suit against Fox News. (Source: CNN) Oklahoma governor calls on county officials to resign over racist recording. (Source: AP)