Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed legislation Friday by lawmakers that carries over $900 million in pandemic-driven aid.
A lot of Biden’s plans—and how they will affect the Keystone state—are centered on grappling with the novel coronavirus pandemic that has ravaged the state and nation.
The US House of Representatives passed a measure to boost coronavirus relief payments to $2,000 on Monday. But eight of the 18 Pennsylvanians in the lower chamber of Congress opposed it.
The president didn't participate in negotiations over COVID aid deal, but now he wants stimulus checks of $2,000, not $600. Republicans almost certainly won't agree with that.
Including how unemployment benefits, student loans, and the eviction moratorium are changing, and for how long.
As a breakthrough in negotiations appears imminent, COURIER asked Americans what they would do with a new stimulus check as the coronavirus continues to rampage across the country.
Despite their service, military families have not been spared the economic ravages of the pandemic and food insecurity is reportedly soaring.