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Wednesday, June 28

Sam Guo slices lechon, a Philippine roast suckling pig, at the Lancaster AAPI potluck on Saturday, June 10, 2023. (Photo: Brian Nguyen)

• Elizabethtown school board advances revisions to library policy: The policy, which would implement a rating system for mature content, could be brought to a vote on Aug. 22. (Source: LNP

• Millersville U. installs advanced weather radar: The system will be operational by fall and will be able to detect low-elevation phenomena including wind and hail. (Source: WGAL)

• Commonwealth Court upholds mail-in voting: A Republican lawsuit had sought to invalidate the law based on court decisions declining to enforce its provisions on signing ballot envelopes. (Source: AP)  

• Audit finds slip-ups at MDJ office: Magisterial District Judge Adam Witkonis’ office failed to issue multiple warrants and driver’s license suspensions. (Source: LNP)

• City police remind residents of fireworks ban: Consumer-grade fireworks may not be discharged in Lancaster. (Source: ABC 27)

• Lancaster AAPI group hosts potluck: More than 50 people gathered to enjoy Asian foods and build community. (Source: LNP)  

• Nation/world: Supreme Court rejects “independent state legislature” theory. (Source: NPR) Canadian wildfire smoke again blankets numerous U.S. states (Source: ABC News) Trump sues E. Jean Carroll for defamation. (Source: CNN) In-laws of NASCAR’s Jimmie Johnson found dead. (Source: CBS News) Kevin Spacey trial begins. (Source: AP) South Korea scraps “Korean age” system. (Source: CNN)