Human Trafficking Press Event Package

Human Trafficking Press Event Package for Rep. Frank Ryan. Senate Bill 60 was recently passed by the House of Representatives and awaits the Governor's signature.

New Human Trafficking Legislation

State Rep. Frank Fryan comments on Senate Bill 60, a bill that will sharply increase penalties for those who traffic victims and solicit those victims and will be regarded as a first-degree felony under. The new laws would also sharply increase prison sentences to a minimum of 40 years for offenders if a victim of sexual servitude is a minor.

Rep. Ryan interview on Medicaid Fraud

State Rep. Frank Ryan goes on record stating that the House of Representatives is taking action against Medicaid fraud.

Rep. Ryan 2020 PA Farm Show Interview with Ag Sec. Redding

State Rep. Frank Ryan interviews Pa. State Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding during the 104th Pennsylvania Farm Show. The two discuss this year's new events and recent legislative action benefitting farmers.

Representatives Unveil Plan to Improve Pennsylvania’s Fiscal House

No tax dollar collected, held or spent by state government belongs to the government. The money belongs to the people who entrust elected officials to be fair stewards of their money.

Rep. Ryan Will Support C.O.S. Resolution

Seeking to reign in Federal Government, State Rep. Frank Ryan speaks in favor of the Resolution that will create a Convention of States.

Ryan With Announcement Of New Grandchild

State Rep. Frank Ryan announces the birth of a new grandchild.

Ryan Plans To Introduce Fetal Remains Act

State Rep. Frank Ryan comments on HB 1890, legislation that will establish requirements for the final disposition of the remains of unborn children after their demise.

Rep. Ryan Invites Guest To House Floor

On November 20, 2019, Speaker of the House, Mike Turzai introduces a House guest for fellow House member, Frank Ryan.

Lawmakers to Unveil Plan to Save PA from Certain Default

Reps. Frank Ryan and Seth Grove hold a news conference at the Capitol to announce an aggressive plan to improve Pennsylvania’s financial condition before it joins other state governments on the path to financial default. Ryan, a certified public accountant, believes if Pennsylvania continues on its present course, it will face certain default within the next 12 years.