August 13, 2022
Inflation relief package proposed for Californians
SACRAMENTO – (INT) – An inflation relief package has surfaced in Sacramento.

Governor Newsom is proposing $18.1 billion to help Californians deal with increasing costs due to inflation.

$400 checks would go to every registered vehicle owner, capped at two checks per person.

Other relief would come in the form of emergency rental assistance, help pay past-due utility bills, free public transit, more affordable health care coverage for middle-class families, pausing the diesel sales tax and waiving child care fees for low-income families.

California’s minimum wage is projected to increase to $15.50 per hour for all workers on January 1, 2023.
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