WEATHER: Philadelphia: partly cloudy/windy, high of 60; Harrisburg: mostly cloudy/windy, high of 59; Pittsburgh: a.m. rain, high of 49.

NEW THIS MORNING:

* Bill and Hillary Clinton took the stage in Philadelphia over the weekend for a wide-ranging interview with former Philadelphia Eagle Nnamdi Asomugha, the Inquirer reports.

* The Washington Post profiles first-year PA Reps. Sara Innamorato, Summer Lee and Elizabeth Fiedler and what it means to be elected as a democratic socialist.

* A federal investigation into Barry Myers, President Trump’s nominee to head the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, made a harsh assessment of the internal culture at State College, Pa.-based AccuWeather, concluding that multiple sexual harassment claims were ignored by executives and that women who complained feared retaliation – Myers was AccuWeather’s chief executive at the time, the AP writes.

* Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders stumped for his 2020 bid Sunday in Pittsburgh in front of hundreds flashing the Vermont senator’s campaign gear and chanting “Feel the Bern,” the Tribune-Review writes.

* A prosecutor refused to approve criminal charges Friday against Pittsburgh's mayor and six City Council members over the passage of firearms restrictions that gun rights advocates say are blatant and deliberate violations of state law, WESA reports.

* Pennsylvania environmental officials said on Friday they will soon begin testing for toxic PFAS chemicals in public water systems near likely sources of contamination including military bases, landfills and factories, WITF reports.

* PA Sen. Sharif Street will effectively reintroduce a bill later this month that would make early release possible for three major categories of state inmates, among others, WHYY reports.

EDITORIAL PAGES:

* The Inquirer provides a public service by breaking down what’s at stake in this year’s judicial elections.

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TODAY’S SKED:

9 a.m. - the PA House Consumer Affairs Committee will meet. Room 140, Main Capitol, Harrisburg.

9 a.m. - Governor Tom Wolf will address the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors’ 97th Annual Educational Conference to outline how Restore Pennsylvania will address townships’ needs through funding vital, local infrastructural projects. Hershey Lodge, Chocolate Ballroom, 325 University Drive, Hershey.

10 a.m. - the Philadelphia City Council Committee of the Whole will meet. Room 400, City Hall, Philadelphia.

10 a.m. - Governor Tom Wolf, First Lady Frances Wolf, and Pre-K for PA will host preschool classes from across the commonwealth in an annual Easter Egg Event to highlight the importance and the impact of Pennsylvania’s investment in early childhood education. Governor’s Residence, 2035 N. Front Street, Harrisburg.

12 p.m. - the PA House Children & Youth Committee will meet. Room 60, East Wing, Harrisburg.

12:30 p.m. - the PA House Judiciary Committee will meet. Room G50, Irvis Office Building, Harrisburg.

1 p.m. - the PA House will reconvene. Main Capitol, Harrisburg.

3:30 p.m. - Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney will deliver remarks at this event as a part of a nationwide effort to bring awareness to tax fraud in the construction industry. 1811 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia.

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KICKER: “This place is a time warp.” – PA Rep. Elizabeth Fiedler responds to a Democratic staffer telling her she was “one of the best-looking women we’ve had in the Capitol in a long time.” From the Washington Post.