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Congressman Ryan Costello

Representing the 6th District of Pennsylvania

In The News

December 17, 2015 In The News

As published in Ripon Advance

The bipartisan Servicemember Higher Education Protection Act to streamline and improve the federal financial aid process for servicemembers and their families was introduced on Tuesday by U.S. Reps. Ryan Costello (R-PA) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ).

December 10, 2015 In The News

As published in the Reading Eagle 

U.S. Rep. Ryan Costello has had a few reasons to smile lately.

December 3, 2015 In The News

As published in the Chester County Times.

Two Chester County Congressman praised the passage by the U.S. House of Representatives, Wednesday, of legislation to replace 2001’s No Child Left Behind educational rules, returning more control over education to states.

December 3, 2015 In The News

As published in the Daily Local News

WEST CHESTER>> Local conservancy organizations recently received an update on legislation currently being considered in Washington to re-fund a government program to save historic battlefields, forests, and areas which support endangered species.

November 18, 2015 In The News

Congressman Ryan Costello has added his voice to a rising chorus of conservative leaders calling for restricting Syrian refugees’ access to the U.S.

November 16, 2015 In The News

UWCHLAN >> With Thanksgiving less than two weeks away, people in Chester County who are struggling to put a holiday meal – or any meal – on their table will be facing an even tougher time now that the Chester County Food Bank is in desperate need of donations.

November 11, 2015 In The News

As published in the Philadelphia Inquirer

November 11, 2015 In The News

As published in The Hill

This Veterans Day, we honor the veterans and military families everywhere that answered the call to serve our nation. It is also important to take a moment and thank the family caregivers who provide the invaluable support to our disabled veterans every day.  

November 5, 2015 In The News

WASHINGTON - The head of the Philadelphia and Wilmington Veterans Affairs offices repeatedly invoked her Fifth Amendment right and refused to answer questions Monday night as members of Congress pressed her on an alleged scheme to get herself assigned to the job with less responsibility, the same pay, and a cost to the government of nearly $300,000 in relocation expenses.