Pennsylvanians Will Receive $2,000 Stimulus Payments Under a New Plan, According to Governor Wolf!

Residents of Pennsylvania will get checks of up to $2,000 per household to help offset the high cost of fuel and the rapid rise in inflation.

Governor Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania has proposed that $500 million from the American Rescue Plan be used to provide direct assistance to families in need.

The checks would be available to households earning no more than $80,000 per year if the measure is approved by the General Assembly, as proposed.

According to estimates, Pennsylvania possesses approximately $2 billion in American Rescue Plan funding that has not been committed.

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Aside from that, Wolf detailed plans to support small businesses, provide property tax relief, improve the healthcare system, and promote the conservation, preservation, and rehabilitation of local neighborhoods.

Any money from the American Rescue Plan that has not been spent by the end of 2024 will have to be returned to the United States government.