HARRISBURG (AP) – Some PA school districts are permitting more fans in the stands in the wake of a federal judge’s ruling that tossed statewide pandemic limits on crowd size. The state Department of Education asked schools to voluntarily comply with Gov. Tom Wolf’s gathering restrictions, which had been set at 25 indoors and 250 outdoors. The Wolf Administration is appealing last week’s ruling that such restrictions are unconstitutional, but a number of districts have already opted to go their own way, meaning thousands of spectators could be in attendance at some weekend football games.