State Budget Plan Moving Ahead

Rep. Ryan Warner comments on the 2019-20 Pennsylvania state budget proposal. The budget plan includes no new taxes, historic levels of funding for education, and saves for the future.

Congratulations Frazier High School Commodores!

Rep. Ryan Warner recognized the Frazier High School championship softball team in the House of Representatives on Thursday, June 20.

Taxpayer Protection Act Earns Committee Approval

Rep. Ryan Warner addresses the House State Government Committee seeking support for his Taxpayer Protection Act, which would propose to amend the state Constitution to place spending limits on the state budget.

Warner On His Taxpayer Protection Bill

In this Legislative Report, Pa. State Rep. Ryan Warner explains his Taxpayer Protection Bill. HB 1316 proposes an amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution that would establish state budget spending limits that the Commonwealth that lawmakers would have to abide by each fiscal year.

Warner Calls for Action on Budget Spending Limits

Rep. Ryan Warner joins fellow House members and senators in calling for action on the Taxpayer Protection Act to keep state budget spending in check.

Raising Awareness of Food Allergies

Upon passage of his Food Allergy Awareness Month resolution, Rep. Ryan Warner speaks about his family’s personal experience in discovering his son’s severe food allergy and the ramifications of it.

Honoring Frazier Area School District Champion Wrestlers

Rep. Ryan Warner welcomed Thayne and Rune Lawrence to the state House of Representatives where the brothers were honored for their success on the mat. Thayne, a junior, won his second straight PIAA Class AA state championship while his younger brother, Rune, became Frazier Area School District’s first junior high state champion when he won the Pennsylvania Junior Wrestling Junior High Championship at 132 pounds.

Warner Renews Call to Protect Taxpayers from Higher Spending

Rep. Ryan Warner (R-Fayette/Westmoreland) has reintroduced his Taxpayer Protection Act to help keep state budget spending in check. House Bill 1316 proposes an amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution that would establish state budget spending limits that the Commonwealth – and lawmakers – would have to abide by each fiscal year.

Warner Questions EBT Transactions

Pa State Rep. Ryan Warner questions testifiers from the Department of Human Services about questionable EBT transactions during a recent House Appropriations hearing.

Warner Speaks of His Goals After Participating in Budget Hearings

Pa. State Rep. Ryan Warner comments on how monies are proposed being used for the coming budget year.