Philly launches next phase of its emergency rental and utility assistance program
“We know that tens of thousands of our city’s tenants and landlords are suffering because of COVID-19, and we are doing everything we can to help,” Mayor Jim Kenney said in a statement.
With rental reforms stalled in the Legislature, Wolf announces a workaround
The changes Wolf announced in a statement appear to fall short of the reforms that he’s asked the General Assembly to enact.
Legislature set to finish a troubled September without solving its two biggest problems
When Pennsylvania state lawmakers returned to Harrisburg from summer recess in early September, they were met with a series of grim warnings.
As clock ticks down, problems plague Pa. rental assistance program
There’s no shortage of demand for the money in Pennsylvania's COVID-19 housing assistance program, which was intended to keep rent and mortgage payments flowing during a period of record-high unemployment.