Costly, Misguided Education Funding Proposal

Jun. 10, 2024 / Embed

PA State Rep. Ryan Warner explains the many issues with the House Democrats' education funding proposal

What the PA Constitution Says

Feb. 28, 2024 / Embed

Rep. Ryan Warner explains why the RGGI tax scheme requires legislative approval per the Constitution of Pennsylvania.

Reducing Medicaid Fraud

Apr. 11, 2023 / Embed

During a budget hearing, Rep. Ryan Warner asks DHS how often it is checking basic eligibility for Medicaid such as residency and death records.

Impact on Pennsylvanians' Energy Bills

Mar. 23, 2023 / Embed

Rep. Ryan Warner looks for clarity from DEP on the logistics of Pennsylvania joining RGGI and what would happen to planned revenues if RGGI was halted by the courts

Freezing Tuition

Mar. 21, 2023 / Embed

Rep. Ryan Warner asks the leaders of PA's State-Related Universities if they would subject themselves to Right-to-Know laws and if the governor’s 7% increase is enough to freeze tuition for next year.

Asking About EITC Program

Mar. 20, 2023 / Embed

During a budget hearing, Rep. Ryan Warner asks the Department of Education to clarify its opinion of the EITC program.

Citizens Notified of Potential Fraud?

Mar. 02, 2022 / Embed

When Rep. Ryan Warner tried to find out whether citizens are notified of potential fraud in their name, the L&I secretary seemed unable or unwilling to answer.

Warner Votes to Reject Wolf’s Authoritarian Job-Killing Energy Tax

Dec. 15, 2021 / Embed

Rep. Ryan Warner (R-Fayette/Westmoreland) joined a majority in the state House Wednesday in voting to reject Gov. Tom Wolf’s efforts to enroll the Commonwealth in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).

Supporting Bill to Protect Personal Liberties in Health Care Decisions

Jun. 23, 2021 / Embed

PA State Rep. Ryan Warner speaks in favor of legislation to protect the personal liberties of all Pennsylvanians.

Support for First Responder, Nonprofit Fundraising

Apr. 07, 2021 / Embed

Rep. Ryan Warner outlines the need for House Bill 290, which would allow Small Games of Chance licensees more flexibility to host online fundraising during the COVID-19 pandemic.