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Stimulus checks worth $2,000 per household could hit Pennsylvania state citizens' bank accounts because of surging inflation, high food prices, and an increase in gas prices.
After seeing this situation in Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolf (state governor) has a new plan of providing the stimulus checks worth $2,000 per household whose income is $80,000 or less per annual.
If the bill passes, this plan will give one-time direct payments to households using $500 million from the American Rescue Plan.
On the 7th of April, Governor Tom Wolf said, "The cost of everything from gas to groceries is rising, and for Pennsylvanians living paycheck to paycheck, that can mean painful decisions. Pennsylvanians deserve to be supported and the opportunity to thrive. Yet my Republican colleagues are sitting on more than $2 billion of support that will need to be returned to the federal government if they don't pass a plan."
Governor Tom Wolf also advised Congress to work as one so Pennsylvania residents could get money into their pockets before it's too late.
Gov. Wolf believed that this plan would not only assist families to fight with inflation but also helps local businesses and which make the Pennsylvania state economy more strong.
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