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FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Two Michigan regulators and an employee of the City of Flint are now charged with official misconduct, evidence-tampering and other criminal offenses over lead contamination the local water supply. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette (SHOO'-tee) says he "can guarantee" there will be more charges, adding that "No one is off the table."

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats say top Republican lawmakers are proposing to partially fund President Barack Obama's request for money to fight the mosquito-borne Zika virus. The $1.1 billion measure now circulating comes in advance of a Senate Appropriations Committee meeting on Thursday and is being worked on with Democrats in hopes of winning their support.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump is back on the campaign trail after routing his rivals in his native New York. And the Republican front-runner predicts more wins in East Coast states holding primaries next week. At a rally tonight in Maryland, he drew laughs after he joked that he's also poised to do well in neighboring tax-friendly Delaware because he has so many corporations registered there.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The principal of a Los Angeles high school where a scuffle broke out with adult protesters Tuesday over a new gender-neutral bathroom is praising his students as "trailblazers" for campaigning to install the facility. Martin Gomez says he's proud of students at Santee Education Complex because of their efforts to establish the first gender-neutral restroom in the school district.

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Fans of marijuana mark April 20 as a day to roll weed or munch on pot-laced brownies and call for increased legal access to it. And thousands of them sent up a cheer and a collective plume of marijuana smoke at the stroke of 4:20 p.m. today in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. They gathered at the park's "Hippie Hill" to toke up, eat and drink.

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