The bipartisan bill prioritizes safety, community reinvestment, social and economic equity, agriculture, and creates vital tax revenue streams for the state.
In the first week of August, roughly 640,000 people were receiving an extra $300, according to figures from the state Department of Labor and Industry.
The Biden Administration is updating two programs to help unemployed people trying to get education or workforce training.
What will happen for renters in Pennsylvania?
Four Pennsylvania representatives are among a large group of Congress members urging President Joe Biden to extend the current pause on federal student loan payments and interest.
Next year’s state budget will pump millions into struggling schools, but also sets billions of dollars aside while the state struggles to reopen from a historic pandemic.
Starting July 15, families will start getting monthly checks thanks to the expanded child tax credit included in the American Rescue Plan. That could be a big deal for Pennsylvania families.