HARRISBURG – In response to a Right to Know Law request filed by York County Rep. Seth Grove after the governor’s recommendation that interscholastic and club sports be cancelled until January 2021, the PA Department of Health confirmed there is no supporting data to justify their recommendation. Grove said, “The fact that data was not used to make the recommendation by the governor to cancel sports this upcoming semester begs the question about what other policies from the governor were made without any data or science to support them? This is exactly why it was so important for Act 77 to become law and likely why the governor strongly opposed and wanted to veto the measure.” Grove added that Pennsylvanians deserve to know the data and science being used to create policies that impact the lives of millions of residents and should not be forced to blindly follow a leader who appears to create policy unilaterally on a whim. You can read the Department of Health’s Right-To-Know response to Rep. Grove by CLICKING HERE.