Gov. Tom Wolf said Thursday that he’s confident lawmakers won’t muster the votes to override his expected veto of a bill that would grant local school districts the authority to decide if spectators are allowed at sporting events.
Meanwhile, York-Adams League officials canceled a vote Friday about whether to allow spectators at games and implored member schools to abide by Wolf’s mandates until the political process had played out.
“I’m not concerned,” Wolf said Thursday at Buchart Horn, Inc., while pushing for additional aid to small businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “I don’t think it’ll be overridden.”
The governor’s confidence Thursday came despite the fact that both chambers approved the legislation with a veto-proof majority. The…