Stimulus checks totaling $2,000 per household may be deposited in the bank accounts of Pennsylvania residents as a result of rising inflation, high food prices, and an increase in gas prices.
After observing this situation in Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolf (state governor) has proposed a new plan to provide $2,000 stimulus checks to households with an annual income of $80,000 or less.
If the bill is passed, this plan will provide one-time direct payments to households from the American Rescue Plan’s $500 million fund.
Governor Tom Wolf also urged Congress to work cooperatively to ensure that Pennsylvania residents receive assistance before it is too late.
Gov. Wolf believed that this plan would not only assist families in combating inflation, but would also benefit local businesses, thereby strengthening the Pennsylvania state economy.