Will Pennsylvania Governor Spending Plan Get Approved for $2,000 Stimulus Checks?

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Governor Tim Wolf pushing for $2,000 stimulus checks for Pennsylvania residents.

These are certainly precedent times we are living in. From the war between Ukraine and Russia, Food and Gas prices continue to rise, and we are still dealing with a Pandemic. Although the Federal Government has not approved a monthly stimulus check, some states had started sending the fourth check to households to help struggling families with the effects caused by inflation.

Millions of Pennsylvania residents could get relief from record-high inflation prices in the coming weeks. Earlier this month, Governor of Pennsylvania Tom Wolf recommend the state legislators should approve his plan to use federal Covid-19 relief money for a stimulus check.

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s recently suggested sending $2,000 stimulus checks to some state residents because the Keystone State has $2.2 billion left in stimulus funds to spend and $4.9 billion in surplus tax revenue. If approved, his plan would provide a one-time payment of up to $2,000 for some recipients, but your income needs to be 80,000 or less a year to be eligible for a stimulus check.

We need to keep in mind, This program would be funded by the federal American Rescue Plan Act. These funds will be returned to the federal government if they are not used by December 31, 2024.

Governor Wolf went on to say, “Everything is higher now. From gas, groceries, and purchasing clothes for your family. A stimulus check will help to release the pressure some families are experiencing.”

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