May 11, 2022
- Lansdale, PA
Governor Tom Wolf was joined by Representative Steve Malagari, Senator Maria Collett and community leaders to discuss Gov. Wolf's call for the Pennsylvania General Assembly to immediately use a portion of the $1.7 billion in unspent American Rescue Plan Act dollars to help older adults and individuals with disabilities through property tax and rent rebates to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. "Our commonwealth is sitting on billions of dollars in federal COVID-19 relief money that is meant to help our citizens and it is past time to use that money for its intended purpose - to improve the lives of Pennsylvanians," said Gov. Wolf. "For Pennsylvanians on a budget or a fixed income, inflation causing costs to go up on everything, can lead to painful decisions. That's why I want to use some of Pennsylvania's federal COVID-19 relief funding to provide a boost to this program and legislation has been introduced in support of my plan. Now, I am calling on Republican leaders in the General Assembly to take action to send those bills to my desk."Speakers Include:Rep. Steve MalagariGovernor Tom WolfSen. Maria CollettGazi Razzak, PTRR RecipientTina Stoll, North Penn School Board President
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