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Wednesday, April 19

In this image from online video, attorneys Randall Wenger, left, and Aaron Streett are interviewed after representing their client, Gerald Groff, at the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, April 18, 2023. (Source: First Liberty Institute)

 Supreme Court’s questioning in religious rights case suggests justices seek compromise: Attorneys for Lancaster County postman Gerald Groff fielded questions about what side effects religious accommodations might create in a workplace. (Source: LNP)

 Matt Przywara confirmed as SDL assistant superintendent: The school board voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to appoint Przywara, currently acting superintendent, to the School District of Lancaster’s No. 2 administrative position as of July 1. (Source: ABC 27)

 Shapiro administration declares xylazine a controlled substance: The animal tranquilizer has been showing up in the illegal drug market and contributing to a growing number of overdose deaths. (Source: AP)

 Pa. counties directing opioid settlement money to law enforcement: Activists want the money spent on prevention and treatment programs. (Source: Spotlight PA)

 Workforce Development Board receives $2.2 million grant: The funds support programming for individuals to complete their education in high-demand occupations. (Source: LNP)

 Nation/world: Fox News settles Dominion lawsuit for $787.5 million. (Source: ABC News) Access to abortion drug mifepristone after today hinges on Supreme Court. (Source: CNN) Four dead, three wounded in Maine shootings. (Source: NPR) India overtakes China as most populous country. (Source: UPI) Twitter removes ‘deadname’ ban. (Source: AP)