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E-news Updates – February 29, 2024
February 29, 2024

E-news Updates – February 29, 2024

In this Update: Condemning Lancaster City Council Decision to Put People at Risk Protecting Kids from the Harm of Social Media Senate Continues Detailed Review of Shapiro’s Budget Let’s Talk Over Pizza on April 2 Improving Internet Access for Pennsylvanians Congratulations to Local Eagle Scout Scholarship Grants Available for EMS Professionals Find Lost Life Insurance […]  [Read More]

Senators Condemn Lancaster City Council Decision That Threatens Safety of Lancaster County Residents
February 28, 2024

Senators Condemn Lancaster City Council Decision That Threatens Safety of Lancaster County Residents

Last evening, Lancaster City Council unanimously passed the Lancaster Trust Act that officially terminates the city’s cooperation with the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) other than when court orders or certain crimes are involved. Sens. Ryan Aument (R-36), Scott Martin (R-13), and Chris Gebhard (R-48) issued the following statement regarding Tuesday’s vote that codified the policy into law:  [Read More]

Cash Alone Won’t Teach Our Kids to Read
February 28, 2024

Cash Alone Won’t Teach Our Kids to Read

Democratic Gov. Josh Shapiro’s proposed 2024-25 state budget plan is essentially a big wish list with an even bigger price tag.  [Read More]

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February 28, 2024

Budget Hearing Q&A: Dept. of Education (Part 2)

Senator Ryan Aument questions Secretary Khalid Mumin during the Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearing for the Department of Education.   [Read More]

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Harrisburg Office
20 East Wing
Harrisburg, PA 17120-3036
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Lititz, PA 17543-2013
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My thanks to all those who joined me for our latest Telephone Town Hall last evening. Fantastic discussion with over 3300 participants!
We aren’t producing enough energy to meet the increased demand for electricity. This means you’ll either need to pay more for your monthly electric bill or you’ll be forced to restrict electric use in your own home – or both.
Learn more about what we’re doing about it, link in bio.
We know what works when it comes to teaching kids to read. The science is there, it’s time we use it in our classrooms!
#literacy #earlyliteracy #literacymatters
I love this picture. Can you see my pride as I look towards June? 

Photo credit - Kathleen Harrison
Congrats to Ann Dinsmore upon her retirement from @masonicvillages in Elizabethtown after a career spanning 43 years! During her tenure, Ms. Dinsmore substantially grew the music therapy program and increased the staff to provide direct therapy services to more than 3,500 residents. We thank her for her dedicated service to the Elizabethtown community!
It was a pleasure meeting with Kerri Myer on Friday at my Lititz District Office. Kerri lives in Mount Joy and is a nurse practitioner graduate student @millersvilleu. We discussed @senatorbartolotta SB25 – Modernization of the Professional Nursing Law.
We need more power plants producing reliable and affordable energy in our region to keep up with increased demand. And solar alone isn’t enough.

Meet Ryan Aument

Ryan Aument is committed to ensuring a prosperous and economically competitive Commonwealth for all. A lifelong resident of Lancaster County, Ryan currently lives in West Hempfield with his wife, Kate, a teacher at Mt. Calvary Christian School, and their two children, Jack and June. Ryan served as a U.S. Army captain in Operation Iraqi Freedom prior to becoming a State Senator. The Aument family worships at Grace Church at Willow Valley.
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