For Pennsylvania citizens, Tom Wolf supports destroying their businesses and livelihood with up to $10,000 per day fines if they defy Tom Wolf’s unilateral edicts.
For those who entered our country illegally, defying the United States immigration laws, Tom Wolf supports the creation of a Pennsylvania DREAM Act, which would allow eligible students (in our country illegally) to access in-state tuition rates at Pennsylvania colleges and universities.
[Ed Frack] said police threatened to cite each individual customer who works out in the gym and ignores the mandate from Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf. He said police vowed to return each day with citations.
Updated May 26, 2020; Posted May 26, 2020
Frack said they returned Monday, however, and issued two citations. Online records say he was cited under the Disease Control and Prevention Act of 1955 and the Administrative Code of 1929. Both citations are summary violations.
Police and state regulators are cracking down on a handful of Pennsylvania businesses that are supposed to remain shut down but have instead thrown open their doors.
By Associated Press, Wire Service Content May 26, 2020, at 7:24 p.m.
By MICHAEL RUBINKAM and MARC LEVY, Associated Press
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Police and state regulators are cracking down on a handful of Pennsylvania businesses that are supposed to remain shut down during the pandemic but have instead thrown open their doors.
Small business owners have protested Gov. Tom Wolf’s closure of “non-life-sustaining” businesses, saying it threatens to bankrupt them the longer it goes. A few gyms, salons and restaurants have opened in defiance of the governor, risking citations, fines and license suspensions.
In York County, two Round the Clock Diners that resumed dine-in service earlier this month were twice warned by state health officials before the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture issued an emergency suspension of their operating licenses Friday.
Fines can go as high as $10,000 per day that the restaurants remain open while their licenses are suspended, the agency said.
CBS Philly|18 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As the debate over reopening continues, the Pennsylvania State Police says it will treat Gov. Tom Wolf’s coronavirus orders as law, in areas where it has jurisdiction.