Comments on Swearing-In Day

Jan. 05, 2021 / Embed

After being sworn-in for another term, PA State Rep. Frank Ryan details what he sees as the most pressing priorities facing the Pennsylvania Legislature after being sworn-in for another term.

Retirement Systems Improvement and Consolidation Package

Nov. 20, 2020 / Embed

State Representatives Dawn Keefer and Frank Ryan make comments about management of pension reform in Pennsylvania.

Rep. Ryan interview on Dominion Voting Systems

Nov. 20, 2020 / Embed

Representative Frank Ryan responds to the absence of Dominion Systems after they abruptly cancelled a hearing before PA House State Government Committee.

Legislative Election Audit Press Conference

Nov. 10, 2020 / Embed

State Representative Dawn Keefer (R-92) leads a press conference calling for investigatory hearings and a legislative-led audit of the 2020 General Election, demanding that election results not be certified until a comprehensive audit is completed.

Ryan Offers Prayer

Oct. 20, 2020 / Embed

Representative Frank Ryan issues the morning prayer to open the days House session.

Rep. Ryan Comments At 2nd Amendment Rally

Sep. 29, 2020 / Embed

At the annual rally at the state Capitol in support of the Second Amendment, Rep. Frank Ryan (R-Lebanon) spoke on the importance of defending the U.S. Constitution and the liberties it guarantees.

Veto Override of HB 2787 Fails

Sep. 23, 2020 / Embed

State Representative Frank Ryan expresses disappointment that some of his Democrat colleagues in the House voted against House Bill 2787 after many of them voted to pass the bill just a short time ago.

Consititutional Rights of Citizens During Emergency Declarations

Sep. 23, 2020 / Embed

Representative Frank Ryan questions constitutional provisions during states of emergency declarations.

Freezing the Cost of Living Allowance

Sep. 21, 2020 / Embed

State Representative Frank Ryan comments on House Bill 2487. The bill would amend the Public Official Compensation Law to put a freeze on Cost of Living Adjustments (COLAs) through 2021 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic

Is it time for a Constitutional Convention?

Sep. 18, 2020 / Embed

Pennsylvania citizens are increasingly concerned about the size, cost and inefficiency of state government. Their growing discontent has been fueled by chronic criminal scandals, serial credit downgrades, spiraling pension debts and disturbing patterns of insider dealing has led to unrestrained government spending, unaffordable taxes and job-killing over-regulation. To make matters worse, loopholes in budgetary oversight have fostered a troubling climate of fiscal mismanagement and weak accountability. That is why I am sponsoring House Bill 611, and Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) is sponsoring a companion bill in the Senate (Senate Bill 1035), to let voters decide on whether to hold a limited constitutional convention. The senator and I recently testified about our legislation at a Senate Policy Committee hearing.