Reopening PA Businesses Safely

Apr. 14, 2020 / Embed

On April 14, the state House passed Senate Bill 613, which offers a solid first step toward getting Pennsylvania back on a path to normalcy. It would replace the current, haphazard system for determining which businesses can and cannot operate with one based on federal guidelines used in the majority of other states.

Trout Season is Just Around the Corner!

Mar. 04, 2020 / Embed

Join Rep. Ryan Warner for a conversation with Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission Executive Director Tim Schaeffer about the upcoming trout season, stocking plans and initiatives to get more people of all ages involved in fishing.

Rep. Warner Interview on Budget Proposal

Feb. 04, 2020 / Embed

PA State Rep. Ryan Warner responds to the 2020-21 Pennsylvania state budget proposal from Gov. Wolf.

Warner On Real I.D. Drivers License

Jan. 15, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Ryan Warner states that he soon will introduce REAL I.D. Driver's License legislation that will purposely not reciprocate with other states who are allowing illegals to drive.

Warner Bills Target Welfare Fraud, Abuse

Jan. 15, 2020 / Embed

Continuing his commitment to fight welfare fraud and abuse, Rep. Ryan Warner (R-Fayette/Westmoreland) has introduced two measures that would improve oversight of the use of Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards.

Transportation Task Force Press Conference

Nov. 20, 2019 / Embed

During a November 20, 2019 press conference, House members comment on a report issued by a House task force that investigated how to better fund transportation infrastructure in Pennsylvania.

Rep. Warner Helpers & Heroes Accomplishments PKG

Nov. 01, 2019 / Embed

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives recently passed several bills aimed at addressing the crisis facing police, EMS, and other first responders. Rep. Ryan Warner comments on why taking action for our helpers and heroes is so important for our communities.

Warner Calls for Action on Budget Spending Limits

Jun. 04, 2019 / Embed

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.