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Tuesday, April 23

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• Today is Pa.’s primary election: Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Source: WGAL) For more information, see One United Lancaster’s Primary Election FAQ.

• Central Pa. officials, advocates track Supreme Court homelessness case: The dispute over an Oregon town’s laws on sleeping outdoors could have nationwide repercussions. (Source: WGAL)

• Police withdraw warrant for state Rep. Kevin Boyle: They said further investigation determined that a protection-from-abuse order that Boyle was alleged to have violated did not exist at the relevant date. (Source: CBS 21)

• Feds file discrimination lawsuit against Sheetz: The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleges that the convenience store’s criminal background check policies had an illegally disparate effect on minority job applicants. (Source: AP | WITF)

• Police host drug take-back event: The Northern Lancaster County Regional Police will accept unused or expired medication from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Giant pharmacy on Lititz Pike in Warwick Township. (Source: ABC 27)

• Nation/world: Prosecutors to argue Trump violated gag order. (Source: NBC News) Police clear out pro-Palestinian encampment at NYU. (Source: CBS News) Baltimore accuses shippers of negligence in bridge crash. (Source: UPI) Advocates sue Texas over prisons without air conditioning. (Source: USA Today) NASA resolves Voyager 1 communications glitch. (Source: NPR) 10 die in collision of Malaysian naval helicopters. (Source: BBC News)