HARRISBURG (AP) — Pennsylvania state government is expected to receive more than $7 billion from the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 rescue package making its way through Congress, or almost one-fifth of its operating costs this year. On Tuesday, some lawmakers warned that the one-time sum of money should only be used for one-time costs. Many across the state government were still trying to determine exactly what restrictions are on the money. The estimated $7.3 billion coming to Pennsylvania state government dwarfs the roughly $2.5 billion deficit projected next year for state government next year by the Independent Fiscal Office, a legislative agency.