Congressman Pat Ryan | Representing the 18th District of New York
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Priorities: Delivering Relief and Defending Rights

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I fought to protect American freedoms in combat. Now, as the first West Point graduate to represent the Academy in the U.S. House of Representatives, I’m continuing the fight in Congress.
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Hudson Valley families deserve to feel safe when they walk the streets of their neighborhood or take a trip downtown. 
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Everyone in the Hudson Valley deserves clean air, water, and soil.
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Hudson Valley families work hard day in and day out to make ends meet - I’m committed to delivering economic relief to ease the pressure.
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I serve you and I’m committed to bringing government assistance directly to you.

Latest News

July 19, 2024
Congressman Pat Ryan's Statement on Central Hudson’s Rate Increase 
July 17, 2024
Legislation will allow seniors on Medicare to be treated on-site by paramedics and emergency responders and ensure that healthcare personnel receive proper compensation from Medicare reimbursements. Act builds on Ryan’s record of fighting to lower healthcare costs and ensuring that first responders are fully supported.
July 12, 2024
General Electric discharged millions of pounds of toxic PCBs into the Hudson River over 3+ decades . EPA’s most recent report shows that progress from GE’s cleanup continues to fail to meet required benchmarks. Ryan called on EPA to stop “kicking the can down the road” for further remediation.