Shall the Pennsylvania Constitution be amended to change existing law and increase the power of the General Assembly to unilaterally terminate or extend a disaster emergency declaration—and the powers of Commonwealth agencies to address the disaster regardless of its severity pursuant to that declaration—through passing a concurrent resolution by simple majority, thereby removing the existing check and balance of presenting a resolution to the Governor for approval or disapproval?
This relates to the termination or extension of disaster emergency declarations commonly known as a “state of emergency”. If this question receives a majority “yes” vote, the Governor has to work with the Pennsylvania State House and State Senate instead of making a unlaterial decision.
Tom Wolf has been acting like a tyrant during his time as governor. by voting yes, we are able to limit the power of King Wolf in the Pennsylvania Constitution and allow our representatives to decided the fate of our state of emergencies which has been used more as a political tool instead of what it is intended to do.