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Supporting Law Enforcement and Supporting Our Community

September 21, 2020
I am incredibly proud of the way that the Lancaster County community has responded in the days following the tragic officer-involved shooting last weekend. While there were certainly some hostile and inappropriate reactions to the events, the vast majority of Lancaster County residents responded with empathy, understanding, and kindness.   [Read More]

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Struggling Restaurant Industry Needs Cooperation, Not Bipartisanship in Harrisburg

September 21, 2020
State Senator Ryan Aument here, and I’m at Mick’s All American Pub in Mount Joy to talk about the devastating impact that Governor Wolf’s endless executive orders have had on Pennsylvania’s hospitality industry, and in particular, restaurants and bars.   [Read More]

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Joint public hearing on safely reopening K-12 schools this fall including Secretary Rivera from PDE and Secretary Levine from DOH

August 18, 2020
JOINT HEARING – Senate AND House Education Committees | Wednesday, August 19 |     [Read More]

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PA Athletic Oversight Committee Hearing on PIAA Fall Sports

August 17, 2020
PA Athletic Oversight Committee | August 18, at 11:00 am in the Senate Chamber and Virtual Participation |     [Read More]

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Aument Dedicates Bridge in West Cocalico Township as the “Sheriff Terry A. Bergman Memorial Bridge”

July 13, 2020
A bridge in West Cocalico Township was dedicated today in honor of former Lancaster County Sheriff Terry A. Bergman during a special ceremony at the Reinholds Community Park, according to Senator Ryan Aument (R-36) who sponsored a resolution to name the bridge to honor one of Lancaster County’s most trusted and respected public servants.   [Read More]

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Senate Approves Aument Bill to Establish Rules for the Deployment of Personal Delivery Devices in Pennsylvania

July 01, 2020
Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Senate passed Senate Bill 1199, legislation to assist businesses, health systems, and consumers in deploying innovative technological tools and resources to more effectively cope with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic by establishing basic rules for the operation of Personal Delivery Devices (PDDs) in the Commonwealth, according to the bill’s sponsor, Senator Ryan P. Aument (R-36).   [Read More]

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Senate Votes to Get PA Back to Work, End Governor Wolf’s Shutdown Order

June 09, 2020
Stressing that Governor Wolf’s extended lockdown of Pennsylvania is causing irreparable harm to families, schools, businesses, and communities, the Senate today voted to approve a measure that would end the statewide shutdown, according to Senator Ryan P. Aument (R-36). Listen   [Read More]

Lancaster Elected Officials Unveil Plan to Reopen County, Send Notice to Wolf

May 11, 2020
Elected Officials from all levels of government representing Lancaster County have joined together to unveil a comprehensive plan to safely begin reopening the county, according to State Senator Ryan Aument (R-36). In a letter sent to Governor Wolf, the elected officials outlined a detailed roadmap explaining how they intend to both protect public health and restart the local economy in a safe, data-informed manner. Listen   [Read More]

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Senator Aument Announces ‘Restore & Reimagine PA’ Initiative, Invites Constituents to Submit Input

May 06, 2020
Today, Senator Ryan Aument (R-36) announced the launch of his “Restore & Reimagine Pennsylvania” initiative, designed to collect ideas and feedback from constituents and community leaders on how to restore, rebuild, and reimagine a stronger Pennsylvania. Listen   [Read More]

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Op-Ed: Disagreements & Collaboration Result in Better Public Policy

May 04, 2020
Disagreements & Collaboration Result in Better Public Policy   [Read More]

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Senate Approves Measures to Create a Better Process for COVID-19 Mitigation

April 15, 2020
The bill would require COVID-19 mitigation plans to be developed by the Wolf Administration based on guidelines issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). Twenty-two states and the District of Columbia follow CISA guidelines.   [Read More]

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Op-Ed: Collaboration Should Start At Home

April 15, 2020
I have consistently said that now is not the time for partisanship. Pennsylvanians need their elected leaders to unite against this virus and in the best interest of the residents of this Commonwealth, now more than ever.   [Read More]