Busy and productive week in the PA Senate!

This week the PA State Senate took up legislation dealing with Sanctuary Cities, Paycheck Protection, and the Abortion Control Act. I expect the Senate to soon consider property tax reform and public sector pension reform legislation. I want to hear your views! Will you take just a minute to answer four very brief questions?  Check …

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Results – 2017-2018 Legislative Session Issues Survey

A few weeks ago, I posted a survey asking you for feedback on issues the General Assembly is expected to confront during the next legislative session.  I received hundreds of responses from residents all across the 36th Senatorial District.  Thanks so much for taking the time to share your thoughts on issues impacting our Commonwealth! …

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I want to hear from you!

You feedback is extremely important to me. Will you take a few moments to answer five questions and share your thoughts about some of the key issues facing our state. To take the quick survey – https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/H7HJQXP Thank you! Ryan

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Let’s Send Gov. Wolf Independent Inspector General Bill

Last year, Rep. Mindy Fee and I introduced legislation to establish the independent Office of Inspector General in Pennsylvania. In 1987, Governor Casey created Pennsylvania’s first Office of Inspector General, whose mission is to prevent, investigate, and eradicate waste, fraud, abuse, and misconduct in the programs and operations of state government. Each year since its …

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Blueprint For A Stronger Pennsylvania

When I first announced my candidacy for State Senator nearly three years ago now, I promised that I would not “play it safe.” I promised that I would put forth ideas to address the challenges that face our state and its citizens.  During the winter of 2013-2014 I published a plan of action for how …

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Time for a Pro-Growth Agenda

I hope this post finds you and your family enjoying the final weeks of summer. My family just recently returned from our annual vacation at Bethany Beach, Delaware. This week my wife returns to the classroom, teaching high school students at the Milton Hershey School. Our children will start kindergarten and preschool in just a …

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Pension Reform – The Time for Action is Now

This morning I received an email message from one of our many outstanding school board members serving Lancaster County School Districts, Adam Aloisi from the Hempfield School District.  Adam was writing to State Representative Brett Miller and I to emphasize the importance of public sector pension reform and warning of the consequences of inaction.  Here …

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Reflections from Arizona

This week I have been in Tucson, Arizona for the Family Policy Alliance Statesmen Academy.  It has been a real privilege to meet with legislators and policy advocates from all across our great country to discuss our efforts to advance pro-family public policy. For the last two years I have been talking a lot about …

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New Blog

I have just recently established this blog at www.electaument.com to share my ideas about how we can together build a Stronger Pennsylvania.  I look forward to our conversation and hearing your ideas. Visit often! Ryan Join the Conversation on Twitter @AumentForSenate  

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