By Cully Stimson and GianCarlo Canaparo ~
A federal district court judge ruled last week that several of Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 restrictions were unconstitutional—and for good reason.
Judge William Stickman IV’s development of the factual record, and his journeyman approach to the opinion, is a model for other judges to follow.
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A federal judge on Sept. 14 struck down as unconstitutional the most significant portions of Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings and business shutdown orders. Pictured: Demonstrators rally outside the Pennsylvania Capitol building in Harrisburg on May 25, protesting Wolf’s continued closure of businesses due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo: Mark Makela/Getty…
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