336 days after Gov. Tom Wolf proclaimed a disaster emergency and renewed the proclamation three times since:
“…the Pennsylvania House and Senate have passed a proposed amendment to the state constitution, embodied in Senate Bill 2, limiting a governor’s power to renew an emergency proclamation without the approval of the General Assembly. The proposed amendment will now face it’s final hurdle as an initiative on the May 18 primary election ballot.”
“The governor questioning the legitimacy of our constitutional amendment process illustrates how far he is willing to go to keep control.” “No governor should be able to write their own rulebook in a democracy, whether it’s a time of emergency or not. Pennsylvanians should reassert that truth by voting for this amendment, and maintaining the checks and balances required for constitutional governance.” Commonwealth Foundation Vice President Nathan Benefield
Pa. Emergency Powers Amendment Going to People
Feb 5, 2021 Press Release – Michael Torres
Feb. 4, 2020, Harrisburg, Pa.,— On March 6, 2020, Gov. Tom Wolf proclaimed a disaster emergency in Pennsylvania, granting himself the extraordinary power to supersede many state laws to quickly address the burgeoning COVID-19 pandemic. He has renewed the emergency proclamation three times since March.
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