The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has used its King’s Bench power to reject an emergency application for extraordinary relief seeking to invalidate Gov. Tom Wolf’s executive order that shut down the physical operations of all “non-life-sustaining” business in response to the COVID-19 epidemic.

In Friends of Danny DeVito v. Wolf, the justices ruled 4-3 on April 13 to deny the plaintiffs’ request to vacate or strike the executive order.

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