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Bill would help hold VA accountable
Congressman Ryan Costello & Congressman Pat Meehan
As published in VistaToday
It has been a little over 100 days since the 114th Congress was sworn into office and we have wasted no time getting to work to pass meaningful, bipartisan-supported legislation to get America moving again.
As published in the Philadelphia Inquirer
As published in Reading Eagle
Pottstown High School junior Emmanuel Wilkerson came to his government class with a couple questions for U.S. Rep. Ryan Costello, who chatted with students during a recent visit to the school.
Wilkerson walked to the front of the room when the congressman arrived and gave him a firm handshake.
As published in the Daily Local News
West Chester >> On Friday about noon, on what may have been the first truly warm day of spring, a United States congressman visited a British native at the boyhood home of an American hero to talk about a Japanese cherry tree.
Smiles were abundant.
As published in the Reading Eagle
Pottstown Middle School students spent four days during one week this semester taking the reading portion of the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment test, said Principal Gail Cooper.
The following week, she said the kids took the math portion of the test over three days.
As published in the Chester County Times
As published in the Associated Press
Two Pennsylvania congressmen are expressing concern about delays in a government investigation into widespread mismanagement of disability claims at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' office in Philadelphia.
Letter: Lack of transparency at VA must end
Congressman Ryan Costello
April 3, 2015
EAST WHITELAND >>The practice of human trafficking will be the subject of a forum organized by U.S. Rep. Ryan Costello, R-6th, of West Chester on Friday, along with experts in the field.