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Wolf Gathering Restrictions DO NOT EXIST
Topic: September 16, 2020, 01:20:33 PM



UPDATE 9/22/20 2:53pm

HARRISBURG, Pa. — A federal judge in Pittsburgh has denied the state's request to delay enforcement of his ruling that many of Gov. Tom Wolf's pandemic shutdown orders were unconstitutional.

Attorney General Josh Shapiro's office had asked a federal judge to retain Wolf's limits on crowd size, at least for now, warning that allowing large groups to congregate during a legal battle over Wolf's public health orders "will result in people's deaths" from the coronavirus.

The stay was denied by U.S. District Judge William Stickman IV, who noted that the defendants "did not proffer any specific evidence to differentiate between the danger allegedly posed by gatherings governed by specific numeric limitations and gatherings governed by occupancy limitations."

Stickman wrote, "Despite defendants having every opportunity to make a record, there is simply no evidence that would justify, from a constitutional perspective, the disparate treatment of gatherings."

Click here to read the full text of the judge's ruling denying the stay.

The Wolf administration has been enforcing a gathering limit of 25 people for events held indoors and 250 people for those held outside.


ALL 3 RESTRICTIONS ARE
COMPLETELY DISSOLVED PERMANENTLY!

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A direct memo from the McShane Firm LLC. If not already aware, they provided representation for the The People vs Tom Wolf, which resulted in a win for the people.

This morning Youth Hockey Info reached out to the McShane Firm in a bid for clarity on the following updates shared by both Tom Wolf and Rachel Levine at last evenings press conference Pa. Health Dept.: Pandemic Orders Still in Effect Despite Federal Ruling - Erie. Their reply is short, (received today @ 1:05pm est) descript and to the point. There is no possible way to misunderstand the response.

While the governor and secretary for the DOH remain steadfast in their own beliefs regarding the gathering restrictions, here's what the official ruling means with respect to the law.

There are 3 big changes

1. The DOH and the Governor cannot ever issue business closure orders using a list like the life sustaining versus non-life sustaining.

2. The DOH and the Governor cannot ever again issue a stay-at-home order.

3. The gathering limits of 25 and 250 are now gone. For gatherings it is unrestricted.

Occupancy Limits:
The occupancy limits were not part of the lawsuit. It is not that the federal judge found them to be ok. In fact, if it were part of the lawsuit, it would be a very sound bet that he would have struck down the 25%/50% discrepancy.

Reach out them directly - The McShane Firm LLC
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Reply #1:
 September 17, 2020, 05:00:40 AM
In response to the nonsensical, uneducated post that was deleted. The placement of your post is obvious it was solely to push the left leaning, MSM lead world-ending covid narrative. There was no reason to post here but since you did we'll provide the correct story for you.

To the guest who posted: If you're going to post something negative without knowing the specifics followed with MSM propaganda, we're going to delete it. This is the actual story related to the death of the 29 year old hockey coach, the sleeping pills he took killed him. North Texas youth hockey coach dies from complications of COVID-19 | wfaa.com

Quoting his wife:
“I ended up calling 911,” she said.

A neighbor helped perform CPR. It was too late.

Amburgey said the medical examiner told her Tyler was positive for COVID-19 at the time of his death. Amburgey said, sleeping pills her husband took for rest didn’t help. She said with COVID, the medicine compromised Tyler’s oxygen levels.
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Reply #2:
 September 17, 2020, 08:00:26 AM
A tragic death no doubt. I'm not whoever wrote the deleted post but Youth Hockey Info is cherry-picking. Ask yourself, would the coach have died had he not had COVID? Of course not, because a) he wouldn't have taken sleeping pills and b) his respiratory system wouldn't have been compromised to the point where sleeping pills would have affected him to the point of death. It's possible that the coach would have eventually died from COVID without the sleeping pills. It's also possible that he would recover had he not taken the sleeping pills but for this site to state that COVID had no role is very misleading. I'd bet that the ME's report will not list sleeping pills as the sole cause of death.
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Reply #3:
 September 17, 2020, 09:28:28 AM
It's not cherry-picking, the person, man or woman chose to respond to this particular topic to write a diatribe of mis-information which serves no purpose except to instill over the top fear into people who read it. Suggesting kids who play youth sports are dying on a daily basis doesn't have any significance here or on any other website in any kind of discussion. It's proven absolutely false.

If somebody has a partisan view on how youth sports are behing handled with respect to where they stand on either side of the aisle, it's welcomed. Nonsensical, distorted and factless comments designed to generate fear for no other reason but self gratification, that's not going to happen. Take it to Facebook and comment publicly where people can humiliate you.

With that said, I'll ask you. In the current environment we are subjected to living, with everything on the planet being diagnosed as covid, why wouldn't he go to the ER? Why wouldn't his wife implore he go to the ER if he is having trouble breathing? Why would you take sleeping pills if you can't breathe? Lastly, of course he's going to be written up as a covid death statistic by the coroner. If he fell off of a cliff he'd be listed as COD covid because he had it at time of death. A lot of different scenarios are "possible" but he died because he took the sleeping pills.
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Reply #4:
 September 22, 2020, 03:04:51 PM
Update.
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