Pennsylvania Impeachment Controversy a Civics Lesson in Separation of Powers

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June 29, 2020 by directorfsm

 

American Pastors Network

APN President: Pennsylvania Impeachment Controversy a Civics Lesson in Separation of Powers

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As states continue to roll back pandemic-induced restrictions, efforts to impeach Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf (D) regarding his use of power during the crisis have escalated. Rep. Daryl Metcalf (R-Butler County) introduced legislation bearing five articles of impeachment that allege unlawful unilateral action by Wolf.

The controversy is a prime opportunity for all parties and members of government to reacquaint themselves with bedrock constitutional principles, according to American Pastors Network President Sam Rohrer…

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