Pennsylvanians are wringing their hands over the still-increasing costs of living while businesses, as a whole, are raking it in.
Republicans want to reduce or eliminate Pennsylvania’s highest-in-the-US gas tax. Josh Shapiro wants to send PA drivers a check for $250.
While awaiting for financial help from the state, the System of Higher Education’s Board of Governors approved the fourth year of flat tuition at Pennsylvania's state universities.
Borrowers have four more months until federal student loan debt payments resume. Democratic lawmakers in Pennsylvania are among those nationally calling for the president to do more.
The commonwealth will receive $186 million through the Weatherization Assistance Program, money that will help thousands of families make their homes more energy efficient.
The Pennsylvania Treasury Department has more than $4 billion in unclaimed property including funds from dormant bank accounts, abandoned stocks, uncashed checks, jewelry, medals, and more.
Gov. Tom Wolf and state Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman are urging fellow lawmakers to suspend the federal and state gas taxes.
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