HARRISBURG – The PA House failed to override Gov. Tom Wolf’s veto of a bill that would have let restaurants reopen at a greater capacity. An override required two-thirds approval to be sent to the Senate, but it failed by two votes – 133 to 69. House Bill 2513 would have allowed restaurants to operate at half of capacity, or more if they met state and federal social distancing standards or erected appropriate barriers. The bill passed both chambers a month ago with margins that would have been large enough to override the governor. Bill supporters say with cooler weather on its way, outdoor dining will not be an attractive option; therefore, restaurants are going to be even more challenged.