Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said Tuesday that his administration will fight a legal ruling this week that rejected some of the restrictions imposed on state residents and businesses in the fight against COVID-19.
Speaking a day after a federal judge threw out restrictions on the number of people who can gather at events and rejected the administration’s power to unilaterally shut down businesses, Wolf cited the fact that two other judges had supported his position.
“There’s no sense debating a ruling that will be appealed,” he said in a news release. “Two of three federal judges upheld what we did. But what’s not