HARRISBURG (AP) – Lawmakers in Harrisburg are again extending hundreds of regulatory waivers that the Wolf Administration approved under its pandemic-related disaster emergency authority. Lawmakers voted unanimously to add another six months to a prior extension they granted, as there is a statewide surge in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. In June, lawmakers voted to end Wolf’s pandemic-related disaster emergency declaration, under new authority given them by voters. At the same time, lawmakers extended hundreds of regulatory waivers through September. The power to suspend regulations are a key component of a governor’s authority under a disaster declaration.