AG Josh Shapiro, who's campaigning for governor, pitches proposed tax plan

SALISBURY TWP., Pa. – Pennsylvania Lawyer Common Josh Shapiro is taking his marketing campaign for governor on the street, and he made a cease Monday within the Lehigh Valley.

He is all by himself pursuing the Democratic nomination, and as soon as he is obtained that, he’ll face the Republican nominee who’ll emerge from the present subject of 9 candidates.

In an interview at WFMZ Monday, Shapiro touted his plan to chop taxes to assist individuals battle off inflation.

He says the individuals of Pennsylvania are hurting. After two tough years coping with the pandemic and now rising prices on the pump, grocery shops, and plenty of different locations, he says persons are struggling.

He says his proposed tax reduce would “put a reimbursement in Pennsylvanian’s pockets.”

The three-part plan consists of eliminating the state’s 11% cellular phone tax.

He is additionally pushing to develop the property tax and lease rebate program. He says that might assist many aged and disabled individuals keep of their houses.

The third piece of the plan is a gasoline tax refund to all Pennsylvania drivers.

“We will give each single Pennsylvanian with a automobile, a $250 gasoline tax refund. In case you have two automobiles, you’ve 500 bucks, three automobiles, 750, and so forth and so forth. We wish that cash coming proper again to Pennsylvanians to ease the burden on the pump,” Shapiro mentioned.

Shapiro says the plan is not going to add any burden to individuals’s pockets. He says the cash is already obtainable.

The Pennsylvania major is Could 17.  

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