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Tax Credit Available for Volunteer First Responders

PHOENIXVILLE, Pa. -- I've said many times, Pennsylvania's fire and ambulance volunteers deserve more than our thanks; they deserve a tax break.



And finally, with final passage and the governor's signature on legislation I've advocated for nearly five years, those who respond without pay 24/7, 365 days a year to just about any and every imaginable emergency in our communities will finally get one.



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