Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) has appointed State Representative Scott Ryan (R-Granville Twp.) to serve as the vice chairman of the Ohio House Finance and Appropriations Committee, which will become effective May 1st.

The Finance Committee is tasked with passing the state’s biennial operating budget, the capital budget bill, and other legislation that makes appropriations.

“I am honored by the confidence Speaker Rosenberger has placed in me and look forward to assisting Chairman Smith in leading the extremely important work of the House Finance Committee,” said Rep. Ryan.

Rep. Ryan is serving his first term in the Ohio House, serving the 71st district. He has been the owner of a printing company for 25 years and has served as Licking County treasurer. Rep. Ryan is currently a commercial real estate agent. A third-generation resident of the county and member of the Granville High School Class of 1983, he graduated from Miami University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

Rep. Ryan continues to serve on the following House committees: Economic and Workforce Development, Public Utilities, Rules and Reference, and the Healthcare Efficiencies Study.

The 71st House District includes portions of Licking County.

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