Originally published at the Daily Caller
Pennsylvania voters who played an instrumental role in bringing an overreaching executive to heel during the COVID-19 pandemic will have the opportunity to perform a similar service in the November elections.
Presumably, the same voting block that approved constitutional amendments last year limiting their governor’s emergency powers in response to business and school closures would also be inclined to restore checks and balances in other policymaking venues.
Since taking executive action to “combat climate change” in October 2019, Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat set to leave office in January, has sought to bypass the legislature while coercing Pennsylvania into joining the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, a multistate climate change compact widely known as RGGI, which has significant tax and regulatory implications.
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