By: KDKA-TV News Staff
HARRISBURG (KDKA) — A commonwealth court judge ruled in favor of Governor Wolf’s and Dr. Levine’s temporary indoor dining ban on Wednesday.READ MORE: St. Patrick's Day Parade In Pittsburgh Sees Smaller Crowd For Celebrations In September
This comes after several Pennsylvania restaurants and bars sued them, saying the state went too far with its mitigation efforts regarding indoor dining and alcohol sales.READ MORE: Male Suspect In Custody After 3 People Shot At Baby Shower At Kinloch Volunteer Fire Department
A hearing was held in court on Dec. 23.
Judge Andrew Crompton sided with Governor Wolf, denying the restaurants’ request for injunctive relief.MORE NEWS: Allegheny Co. Police Investigating After Woman Found With Gunshot Wound In City Of Duquesne
The indoor dining ban will expire at 8 a.m. on Jan. 4, 2021.