HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania has asked a federal court to put on hold a ruling that called Gov. Tom Wolf’s pandemic restrictions on gatherings unconstitutional. Officials told the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that medical researchers have determined that so-called super-spreader events where many people gather are driving the spread of the coronavirus. The move came as Gov. Tom Wolf accused President Donald Trump of disregarding social distancing and mask requirements during frequent campaign rallies in the battleground state. The campaign said everyone received a temperature check, was given a mask, and has access to sanitizer. The President visited Middletown on Saturday night and Vice President Mike Pence will attend an event in Lititz, Lancaster County, tomorrow night.