HARRISBURG (AP) – The PA Supreme Court says that for now, an order requiring masks inside the state’s K-12 schools and child care facilities will remain in place. The state’s high court said that could change again after it hears oral argument next week in Gov. Tom Wolf’s appeal of a lawsuit that overturned the mandate. If the justices hadn’t acted, the mask mandate would have ended on Saturday. A Commonwealth Court majority said that acting Health Secretary Alison Beam lacked authority to require masks. The lower court said Beam didn’t comply with state laws about reviewing and approving regulations and that the mandate was adopted without an existing disaster emergency.