April 20th Playbook

An anti-shutdown protest that will include speeches from a few elected officials is slated to take place in Harrisburg today. Here is the Playbook. 

April 17th Ups & Downs: Lawmakers in Harrisburg are divided about whether to open up the state’s economy or not, a longtime editor in the Philly suburbs announces his retirement, plus a GOP Congressman receives an endorsement from an environmental group. All of that and more are in this week’s Ups and Downs.

Reader Poll: Should Upcoming PA Primary Be an All-Mail Election?: The Associated Press reports that some of the most populous counties in the state are pushing Gov. Tom Wolf to allow them to conduct the June 2 primary election entirely by mail.

Harrisburg & DC   
Spotlight PA: The backlash against the quarantine has begun in Pennsylvania, with anti-shutdown rally Monday in Harrisburg
Spotlight PA: ‘I’m asking you to stay the course’: Gov. Tom Wolf outlines broad plan for reopening Pennsylvania
Spotlight PA: Pa. released figures on the coronavirus and race, but not specific geographic data. Experts say that’s a problem. 
Spotlight PA: Pa. nursing homes left to largely police themselves as coronavirus deaths mount 
Spotlight PA: See the 6 keys to reopening Pennsylvania under Gov. Tom Wolf’s plan 
Politico: How one Dem governor stays off Trump’s enemies list
Politico: Swing-state Democratic governors under duress over stay-at-home orders
Washington Post: A political hot potato for some Pa. Democrats: Party officials who praise Trump 
WESA: Toomey Named To Panel That Will Oversee Federal Bailout Efforts
Post-Gazette: Pa. Turnpike considers cutting capital budget projects, transit payments 
Post-Gazette: Federal officials scramble to toss lifeline to dairy farmers facing turmoil as restaurants, schools close 
Post-Gazette: Toomey, picked for Trump’s task force, supports reopening parts of economy ‘very soon’
AP: Wolf offers ‘framework,’ no timeline for reopening state 
AP: Pennsylvania to start curbside pickup at liquor stores
AP: Battleground power plays rage as everyday politics go quiet
AP: Liquor store closures drive drinkers to seek booze options
AP: Coronavirus deaths rise with addition of probable deaths
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: The latest on COVID-19 in Pa.: 32,284 confirmed cases in 67 counties 
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Pa. Health Secretary Levine reports significant COVID-19 death increase as result of data reconciliation efforts 
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: The latest on COVID-19 in Pa.: 29,441 confirmed cases in 67 counties
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Wolf outlines plan to reopen Pa., but doesn’t say when that will happen
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: As Republicans push business reopenings, workers wonder what’s in store for them
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Pa. officials reject Trump EPA move to ease enforcement during pandemic 
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: State to offer drive-thru COVID-19 testing in Luzerne County starting Monday 
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: COVID-19 pushes Postal Service’s finances to the brink
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Crunching the numbers behind Erie’s competing higher education plans | Fact Check 
Patriot News: Where are Pennsylvania’s 32,284 coronavirus cases? April 19 map, details on known cases
Patriot News: Reaction to Gov. Wolf’s COVID-19 recovery plan: Some see strong leadership, but critics crave specifics
Patriot News: Mapping 4,450 resident cases in Pa. nursing and personal care homes: April 19 county-by-county details
Patriot News: Pa. reports largest one-day uptick in coronavirus deaths Sunday; Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine explains why
Patriot News: Pa. liquor stores offering phone orders, curbside pickup starting Monday: Complete list of locations
Patriot News: Pa. coronavirus deaths top 1,000; 32,284 cases now reported statewide, including 1,215 new ones Sunday
WHYY Newsworks: Coronavirus update: Wolf outlines tentative plan to restart Pa. economy 
WHYY Newsworks: Pa. enacts new protections for essential workers conducting business face to face
WHYY Newsworks: Coronavirus update: Pa. sees highest daily increase in deaths as state investigates older cases
PLSReporter: ‘I have hope’: Wolf outlines broad framework for COVID-19 recovery plan
PLSReporter: COVID-19 could be telehealth’s moment—but barriers remain
PLSReporter: COVID-19 by the numbers: A statewide look at the coronavirus in Pa.
Inquirer: Summer harvest in a pandemic: Pa. farmers contend with a food surplus and a labor shortage 
Inquirer: Pennsylvania liquor stores to offer curbside pickup starting Monday 
Inquirer: Unprecedented job losses infuriate Pa. workers as unemployment benefits can’t keep up; Pa. official says test capacity is insufficient 
Inquirer: Pa.’s new banking head: Feds are doing the right things, but bigger relief checks are needed to rescue America 
Inquirer: Life after coronavirus: Gov. Wolf outlines plan for reopening Pennsylvania but says social distancing must continue for weeks 
Fox News: Pennsylvania struggles amid COVID-19 shutdowns
Fox News: Paul O’Neill, ex-Treasury Secretary, dead at 84 after lung cancer battle
Fox News: Biden, Trump spar over who is tougher on China as anger rises over coronavirus pandemic
Fox News: Freedom Caucus calls on Trump to reopen economy: ‘We are a free people’
Fox News: Philadelphia licensed gun owner claims self defense in shooting of 3 teens aboard bus: police 
Observer-Reporter: Casey pushes USDA, SBA on ‘state’s ‘top industry’ – agriculture  
StateImpactPA: Pennsylvania raises alarms on transfer of radioactive Three Mile Island reactor
Billy Penn: Do more to ‘keep young people safe’ during the pandemic, foster alumni tell Gov. Wolf 
Philadelphia Business Journal: More than 69,000 Pennsylvania businesses approved for PPP loans
The Hill: Coronavirus Report: The Hill’s Steve Clemons interviews Richard Vague
Morning Call: How did Pennsylvania decide which businesses got waivers to stay open during coronavirus crisis? Wolf isn’t saying
Morning Call: Pennsylvania reopening after coronavirus pandemic will use evidence-based, regional approach, Gov. Wolf says
Morning Call: Pennsylvania coronavirus updates: State sees big jump in cases but curve still flat
Morning Call: Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf says these 6 things will guide state’s reopening  
KYW Newsradio: Pennsylvania officials stress need for widespread testing before social distancing measures can ease
Pittsburgh Business Times: Here’s how many PPP loans were approved in PA before the SBA-run program ran out of money
CNN: Biden campaign launches counterattack on Trump over coronavirus and China
CNN: Congressional offices are overwhelmed by constituent calls and lawmakers are changing to handle the influx
CNN: ‘Baptized by fire and virus’: How an historic freshmen class in Congress has been tested by constant crisis 
CNN: At least 31 states and Washington, DC have ordered or recommended that schools don’t reopen this academic year 

Philadelphia 
Philadelphia Citizen: Does Helen Gym Want Donald Trump To Be Re-Elected? 
Inquirer: Philly Mayor Jim Kenney urges President Donald Trump to provide funding for cities due to economic fallout from coronavirus 
Inquirer: Debate and differences over reopening plans, as Philly Mayor Kenney warns cities could face massive layoffs 
Inquirer: Philly tells nonessential construction firms: Stop building or we’ll shut you down 
Inquirer: Tensions grow over when the Philadelphia region can safely reopen; health officials warn protesters they could become sick in crowds 
Inquirer: ‘I’m afraid of letting anybody in’: How will business owners know when it’s safe to reopen? | Coronavirus Newsletter 
Inquirer: A Philly refinery will repay the city for emergency response costs from last year’s fire and explosion 
Inquirer: The burden is uneven, but Philly hospitals are holding up under the strain of coronavirus, officials say
Inquirer: A Philly boy posted videos backing Trump. What has happened since ‘overwhelmed’ him, he says. 
Inquirer: Philly’s women- and minority-owned businesses say they’re getting the shaft on emergency coronavirus loans
Billy Penn: These 10 Philly liquor stores are opening for curbside pickup
Billy Penn: Stimulus could heighten racial economic inequality, historians warn
Billy Penn: Updated guide to coronavirus in Philly: Testing, schools, shopping, transit, unemployment and more 
Billy Penn: What’s that annoying buzz? PennDOT considers daytime construction after noise complaints
WHYY Newsworks: ‘Scared for their lives’: Inside the coronavirus outbreak in Philadelphia’s jails
WHYY Newsworks: Pa. underreported 18% of COVID deaths this week; officials blame computer glitches
WHYY Newsworks: PGW wants to raise rates by 11 percent, to cover cost of new pipes
Philadelphia Tribune: Black doctors consortium launches coronavirus testing initiative in Philly 
Philadelphia Tribune: Donations covered most of the cost of Chromebooks for SDP students 
Philadelphia Tribune: Philly’s public school students to start remote learning Monday
Philadelphia Magazine: Philly Coronavirus News: Main Line Grocery Store Worker Tells Customers “Go Away”
NBC10: Prisoners Being Released From City, State Prisons Are Not Being Tested for COVID-19
KYW Newsradio: New cases are flattening, but city says it’s too soon to consider reopening
KYW Newsradio: Philadelphia School District tries to help students navigate stresses caused by pandemic
KYW Newsradio: Report shows disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on Latino community
KYW Newsradio: With Philadelphia schools closed, workers can resume asbestos removal
Philly Voice: Framework emerging to lift coronavirus restrictions, but Pennsylvania, Philly officials not talking dates yet
Philadelphia Business Journal: Philadelphia expects $276M from federal government to cover COVID-19 expenses 
Philadelphia Business Journal: New report projects sobering economic impact of COVID-19 on Philadelphia 
Philadelphia Business Journal: Philadelphia-area colleges just landed $208M in CARES Act stimulus. Will they need more?   

SEPA
Bucks Courier Times: State legislators debate business reopening rules 
Bucks Courier Times: Coronavirus cases up 46% in Bucks nursing homes 
Bucks Courier Times: Realtors seek help in selling homes during ban on nonessential businesses 
Bucks Courier Times: “I don’t think you can just flip the switch and say, ‘Everything’s back on’” 
Delco Daily Times: Delco reports mounting death toll from coronavirus this week 
Delco Daily Times: Montgomery County reports 12 more coronavirus deaths; 201 new cases 
Delco Daily Times: Boeing employees head back to work Monday 
Delco Daily Times: VIDEO: Delaware County Council has a message for residents 
Delco Daily Times: 64 people have been infected with coronavirus at county prison
Daily Local News: Killion legislation would halt business evictions and foreclosures
Daily Local News: Chester County frustrated over coronavirus ‘red tape’
Daily Local News: Chester County Coroner: ‘Worst week ever’
Daily Local News: Chester County Prison confirms staff member dies from coronavirus
Daily Local News: Firms hiring in Chester County; county officials offer resources to laid-off workers
Inquirer: Coronavirus has killed at least 10 at a state-run veterans home in Chester County. The National Guard is on site.
KYW Newsradio: Montco DA: Domestic violence calls up during COVID-19 stay-at-home orders
KYW Newsradio: Chester County to hold phone briefing on mental health resources
Montgomery Media: Montco reports 8 deaths, 116 new coronavirus cases
Bucks Local News: ‘HOLD TIGHT’: Bucks County Commissioners support continued distancing, masking directives; park trails and parking lots to reopen on April 20
Bucks Local News: Bucks County Fine Wine and Good Spirits stores to offer curbside pickup
Pottstown Mercury: Upper Pottsgrove set to vote Monday on selling sewer system for $13.7M
Pottstown Mercury: Montco seeks donations of masks during coronavirus outbreak  

Pittsburgh 
KDKA: Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Allegheny Co. Elections Division To Send Mail-In Ballot Applications To All Registered Voters 
KDKA: Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Says Coronavirus Death Toll Increases To 50, Total Cases Increase To 1,035 
KDKA: Former Alcoa CEO, Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill Dies At 84 
KDKA: ‘Zeroed Out’: Pittsburgh Is Losing Tens Of Millions Of Dollars In Revenue Amid Coronavirus Pandemic. Can It Be Made Up? 
KDKA: University Of Pittsburgh To Pay Laid Off Dining Service Student Workers 
KDKA: Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Port Authority Complies With State Mask Order, Says There Are Some Exceptions To Rule For Passengers 
KDKA: With A Mask Requirement Now In Place, Where Can Pittsburghers Get Masks?
Post-Gazette: Virus outbreak has impact on congressional fundraising in Western Pa. 
Post-Gazette: COVID-19: Over 1,000 deaths in Pa.; Allegheny County reaches 50 deaths 
Post-Gazette: Allegheny County will send mail-in ballot applications to all registered voters 
Post-Gazette: To roam or restrain? COVID-19 outbreak in behavioral health unit challenges VA Pittsburgh 
WESA: Allegheny County COVID-19 Map Might Disguise Impact On Black Communities 
WESA: Pittsburgh’s URA Continues To ‘Hunt For Resources’ To Support City Residents, Small Businesses 
WESA: April 13-17 Explained: ‘The Curve,’ Remote Learning, Health Disparities & Transit Troubles 
WESA: More Than 75 Residents, Staff At County-Owned Nursing Homes Have COVID-19
Pittsburgh Business Times: Natural gas industry urges change to CARES Act loan program to allow them to participate 
Pittsburgh Business Times: Former Alcoa CEO Paul O’Neill dies
Pittsburgh Current: Actor/Activist Susan Sarandon Backs Jerry Dickinson For Congress
Tribune Review: Allegheny County reports 3 more coronavirus deaths; total cases up to 1,035
Tribune Review: Two Apollo council members resign amid clashes with council president
City Paper: Allegheny County is sending all county voters mail-in ballot applications with prepaid postage 
City Paper: Vigil held at Point State Park for those who have passed away inside the Allegheny County Jail

SWPA 
Observer-Reporter: State Sen. Bartolotta: Wave of stay-home protests express public’s frustration 
Observer-Reporter: COVID-19 deaths show significant increase in Pennsylvania 
Observer-Reporter: Second Washington County resident dies from COVID-19 
Observer-Reporter: Greene County commissioners urge residents to complete census forms 
Observer-Reporter: Washington County Airport getting dollars from COVID-19 Act
Observer-Reporter: Coronavirus sparing Washington, Greene nursing homes so far
KDKA: Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Some Shell Cracker Plant Workers To Return To Work On Monday
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: Officials back measures to assure food security, worker safety, farm viability 
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: Locals to join protest against shutdown at Capitol 
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: UPDATED: State now has more than 1,000 coronavirus cases; 276 additional deaths reported 
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: Milk production going down the drain 
Johnstown Tribune-Democrat: COVID-19 update: Cambria adds 3 cases; 2 more for Somerset; state total jumps by 1,628 
Beaver County Times: Nearly all deaths in Beaver County associated with nursing or personal care homes 
Beaver County Times: Levine: Increase in COVID-19 deaths due to ‘data validating effort’ 
Beaver County Times: Two state liquor stores in Beaver County open for curbside pickup
Tribune Review: 3 new deaths, 4 new covid-19 cases in Westmoreland County
Altoona Mirror: COVID-19 — State reports spike in deaths 
Altoona Mirror: Blair prison population stabilizing 
Altoona Mirror: Details sparse in Wolf’s virus plan 
Altoona Mirror: Joyce promotes Patrick Himes

NEPA
The Times Leader: Mohegan Sun Arena testing site to open Monday
The Times Leader: 29 new COVID-19 cases in Luzerne County, 2 more deaths
The Times Leader: Luzerne County Council set to approve two contracts Tuesday
The Times Leader: ‘Economic emergency’ looms as downtown WB businesses face closure amid shutdown
The Times Leader: Portion of Highland Park Boulevard will close for testing site
Times-Tribune: MONDAY UPDATE: Robert Cordaro may be out of prison by next January or earlier
Times-Tribune: Here’s the lowdown on NEPA virus tests
Times-Tribune: How good are we at social distancing in Lackawanna County? Not as good as you might think.
Times-Tribune: COVID-19 – Complete Coverage
Times-Tribune: Many of Lackawanna County’s essential warehouses, factories got ahead of COVID-19
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: State to offer drive-thru COVID-19 testing in Luzerne County starting Monday
Citizens Voice: 2 more deaths reported in county
Citizens Voice: Here’s the lowdown on the local coronavirus tests
Citizens Voice: County council to vote on jail health care, tax collection 

South Central 
York Dispatch: Sunday update: COVID-19 deaths in Pa. jump by 276, two more in York County
York Dispatch: York County Dems outpace GOP voters for mail-in ballot applications
York Dispatch: York County’s COVID-19 judicial emergency status extended to May 31
York Dispatch: York City Latinos hard hit by COVID-19, 43% of cases from one facility, mayor says
Patriot News: Where are Pennsylvania’s 32,284 coronavirus cases? April 19 map, details on known cases
Patriot News: Reaction to Gov. Wolf’s COVID-19 recovery plan: Some see strong leadership, but critics crave specifics
Patriot News: Mapping 4,450 resident cases in Pa. nursing and personal care homes: April 19 county-by-county details
Patriot News: Pa. reports largest one-day uptick in coronavirus deaths Sunday; Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine explains why
Patriot News: Pa. liquor stores offering phone orders, curbside pickup starting Monday: Complete list of locations
Patriot News: Pa. coronavirus deaths top 1,000; 32,284 cases now reported statewide, including 1,215 new ones Sunday
LNP | LancasterOnline: Sunday’s COVID-19 updates: Pa. reaches 32,284 positive cases, Lancaster County’s death toll hits 98
LNP | LancasterOnline: Hallam borough cancels council meeting
LNP | LancasterOnline: Starting tonight, residents are required to wear masks when going to stores; here’s what happens if you don’t
York Daily Record: Coronavirus updates: Pa. up to 32,284 cases; some liquor stores to offer curbside pickup
York Daily Record: Protesters head to Harrisburg: ‘Protect the vulnerable. Open the economy. Champion liberty.’
York Daily Record: Southcentral Pa. inmates get reprieves under Gov. Wolf’s coronavirus order
Carlisle Sentinel: DOH starts reporting presumed deaths due to COVID-19, raising count by 276
Carlisle Sentinel: Four state liquor stores open for curbside pickup in Cumberland County
Carlisle Sentinel: Tracking COVID-19: Charts detail the course of coronavirus in Cumberland County
Carlisle Sentinel: DOH: Additional 1,706 cases of COVID-19, Cumberland County sees largest single-day increase

Lehigh Valley      
Morning Call: Campaign fundraising during a pandemic: Here’s where the Lehigh Valley’s congressional candidates stand
Morning Call: Hispanic workers are keeping Lehigh Valley warehouses going during coronavirus crisis, at great risk to themselves
Morning Call: Pennsylvania Coronavirus Update: Deaths top 1,000 as positive cases reach 32,284
Morning Call: Allentown furloughs 10% of city workforce, citing financial difficulties amid pandemic
Morning Call: Allentown School District buying 5,000 Chromebooks for students during coronavirus closure
Morning Call: Deaths at nursing homes in Pennsylvania, Lehigh Valley continue to mount
Morning Call: Allentown board rejects superintendent’s plan to hire investigator to see if charter students really live in the city
Morning Call: How did Pennsylvania decide which businesses got waivers to stay open during coronavirus crisis? Wolf isn’t saying
Morning Call: Pennsylvania reopening after coronavirus pandemic will use evidence-based, regional approach, Gov. Wolf says
Morning Call: Pennsylvania coronavirus updates: State sees big jump in cases but curve still flat
Morning Call: Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf says these 6 things will guide state’s reopening 
Express Times: Pa. COVID-19 deaths surpass 1,000; Lehigh County has state’s highest per capita cases | Pa. coronavirus map (4/19/20)
Express Times: Lehigh Valley bus passengers must wear a mask or face covering to ride, LANTA says
Express Times: ‘Continued patience’ is needed for Pa.’s newly expanded unemployment help, state says
Express Times: Lehigh Valley towns duck staff cuts amid COVID-19, but that could change, survey shows
Express Times: Pa. liquor stores open up for curbside pickup. Here are the 9 Lehigh Valley locations.
Reading Eagle: Berks positive coronavirus cases rise by 150; Pennsylvania’s increase by 1,215
Reading Eagle: Berks County ‘going in wrong direction’ with biggest leap yet in daily coronavirus case count
Reading Eagle: Reading Mayor Eddie Moran has historic first 100 days in office
Reading Eagle: Weekend lunch distribution kicks off in Reading amid pandemic 

North by Northwest
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Local state lawmakers explain stance on reopening businesses
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Chamber chief: Local businesses not giving up
Williamsport Sun-Gazette: Lycoming County one new COVID-19 case
Erie Times-News: City of Erie, county brace for COVID-19′s financial impact
Erie Times-News: Erie County confirms three new COVID-19 cases
Erie Times-News: Erie County sees post-holiday spike in COVID-19 cases
Erie Times-News: 276 more COVID-19 deaths in Pa. after reporting change
Pennsylvania Capital-Star: Crunching the numbers behind Erie’s competing higher education plans | Fact Check
Centre Daily Times: Centre County remains at 73 COVID-19 cases as Pa. surpasses 32,000 total cases
Centre Daily Times: Centre County Correctional Facility inmate tests positive for COVID-19, officials say

Opinion  
Mike Regan: Gov. Wolf made wrong call in releasing prison inmates in response to COVID-19 crisis 
Jennifer Stefano: Memo to America’s leaders: Your credibility dies in darkness
Joseph Otis Minott: Clean energy can be a pillar of the Coronavirus Recovery
Paul Muschick: Pennsylvania’s mask requirement has one big flaw
John L. Micek: Are Pa. booze regulators mulling a post-lockdown price hike? Liquor lobby protests | Friday Morning Coffee
Inquirer Editorial Board: High stress, loss of jobs, and quarantine: Social distancing poses unique threats to women and children
Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Time for leadership: Legislature should relinquish its reserve fund 
Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Delay census deadlines: An accurate count is critical for redistricting 
Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Keeping safe on the bus: Transit riders need social distance 
Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Science for humanity: Working together to help the species 
Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Save the Postal Service: Congress must protect the agency for years to come 
Post-Gazette Editorial Board: Hazard pay needed: Health care workers deserve bonuses  
Sterling Johnson and Wiley Cunningham: The city and state need to do more to help Philly’s homeless population. What about empty dorms? 
Susan Spicka: To help all students, Pa. needs to establish a distance learning task force
Tim Hartman: Looking for a shot and chaser of shutdown logic | Editorial Cartoon
Barbarann Keffer: A message to residents from Upper Darby mayor Barbarann Keffer
Kadida Kenner: We have to ensure Pa.’s most vulnerable have access to food during COVID-19
Bryan Tate: York County Register of Wills & Clerk of Orphans’ Court open for business
Helen Ubiñas: ‘This is real’: Local activist used Facebook to show nonbelievers his fight with COVID-19 
Dom Giordano: Gov. Wolf is micromanaging our lives, economy
JD Mullane: In the post-coronavirus world, the handshake is canceled
Bojana Petkovic: Fears of addiction are overblown. Pa. needs to legalize recreational marijuana
Tony Norman: When the denial of death leads to more death
Gene Therapy: USPS will collapse without urgent government intervention
Jennifer Costo: I’m the first in my family to finish college. Thanks to coronavirus, I won’t have graduation. | Perspective
Maria Panaritis: A family lost their 7-year-old son before the coronavirus lockdown. Now they mourn in isolation 
Joseph N. DiStefano: A step toward reopening: Boscov’s brings back online sales crews, and plans to Zoom into the future
Peter Durantine: COVID-19 has exposed Trump’s irrelevance as a leader
Will Bunch: Trump, Fox News are trying to gin up a new Tea Party to distract you from their deadly failures 
Abraham Gutman: When will America reopen? 10 cartoons on the latest phase of the coronavirus pandemic 
Signe Wilkinson: Political Cartoon: #MeToo adapts to Biden
Keith C. Burris: We must make our own meds
David M. Shribman: Rising to the challenge

7 Responses

  1. I think all the protesters should be put on a list of people not-to-treat for Covid-19 (since they seem to think it’s hoax).

  2. During a tele-town hall on Thursday night, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., found constituents, weary of lockdown life, with plenty on their minds.

  3. Take good photos of the Harrisburg protestors; then we know who to vote out and/or watch for stupid acts going forward.

    1. protestors…..what…fighters for our freedom…wolf’s corrupt…why was his business allowed to remain open from the very beginning of closures…oh yeah he’s a honest man…hahahahahaha

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