HARRISBURG (AP) – Now that PA voters shifted major new responsibilities to them, PA state lawmakers will now have to decide whether hundreds of state government regulations waived during the COVID-19 pandemic should be reinstated. The review is fueled by Tuesday’s referendum in which voters curbed the governor’s emergency powers by approving constitutional amendments that give lawmakers more say over disaster declarations. A component of a disaster declaration is a governor’s authority to waive a regulation. Yesterday, Gov. Tom Wolf renewed the disaster declaration, his fifth straight in response to the coronavirus. Under the provisions of the constitutional amendments approved Tuesday, it will expire in three weeks instead of three months.