HARRISBURG (AP) – Republicans who control PA Legislature are looking to voter referendums to get around Gov. Tom Wolf and make policy that the Democrat governor cannot block with his veto pen. Republicans have newly unveiled a proposed constitutional amendment to expand PA’s existing voter ID requirements and also plan to introduce another proposal to repeal PA’s expansive mail-in voting law. Wolf has vowed to oppose both, seeing them as attacks on voting access. Republicans have been emboldened by last month’s voter approvals of two proposals to expand lawmakers’ powers over a governor’s disaster emergency declarations. However, law professors say using a constitutional amendment to change the law is unusual.