from Zero Hedge
The Pennsylvania senate has passed a measure which would partially reopen the state by lifting the lockdown on most of the state’s businesses imposed by Gov. Tom Wolf (D), according to The Hill.
Passed by the Senate 29-21 on Wednesday, SB 613 would require Wolf’s office to align state policy with federal guidelines in determining which businesses will be allowed to reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses which can safely operate with mitigation strategies in line with the CDC and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s guidelines would be allowed to operate, according to language in the bill approved by the Republican senate.