In other venues, similar court actions have taken place over the past couple of weeks. We advised you just over one month ago about the federal court in Pittsburgh invalidating a statewide shutdown and stay-at-home order by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf. Well, last Friday Governor Wolf made good on his promise to veto HB 2513, which would have allowed restaurants, bars and banquet halls to open up to 100% of capacity. Wolf rejected the measured because it didn’t require adherence to either CDC or Pennsylvania public health guidelines. Last week, a state court judge granted the Tavern League of Wisconsin a temporary injunction of a restrictive order by Governor Tony Evers before reversing himself this week and allowing the executive order to stand. Sawyer County Circuit John Yackel initially granted the temporary injunction against a 25% capacity limit imposed by Evers, but reinstated the restriction earlier this week. Back in May of this year, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that an earlier stay-at-home order by the Governor was invalid because the Governor did not follow proper rulemaking procedures, which gives the legislature a veto power over gubernatorial executive orders of this nature. And at the local level, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock limited most business and personal gatherings to a maximum of 5 people through the middle of next month at the earliest! The Denver Department of Public Safety will patrol common gathering areas to enforce the rule which does not apply to restaurants or other sectors already operating under state regulations. Come November 16, elected officials in the Mile-High City plans to revisit the mandate.