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ISSUES & ANNOUNCEMENTS
District 36 State Senator Ryan Gatti is the Professional Fire Fighters Association of Louisiana’s (PFFALA) 2018 Legislator of the Year. He was recognized for his continuous contributions to firefighters across the state at the organization’s 73rd Annual Convention on...read more
A bill that to extend the age of foster care in Louisiana to 21 won surprise approval in committee here Monday following an emotional presentation and testimony that left some panel members in tears. The Senate Finance Committee has put aside every bill this session...read more
Louisiana lawmakers are one step away from approving legislation that would make it a crime — punishable by up to 50 years in prison — to accept any payment to harvest, sell or transport the organs of aborted fetuses. The legislation is a direct response to last...read more
With the budget crisis looming in the backdrop, Louisiana lawmakers have been hesitant about adding new expenses. However, after emotional testimony in Senate committee Monday morning, a panel of state senators made an exception, voting to extend the state's foster...read more
A movement is growing across the nation to rebuild our aging roads and bridges. Serious conversations of over a trillion dollars in federal money over the next ten years. President Trump made this promise when he was a candidate and this program is gaining momentum...read more
A set of bills that would use BP oil spill reparations to extend foster care from 18 years to 21 years of age advanced Monday to the full state Senate. Senate Bill 129 by Sen. Ryan Gatti, R-Bossier City, would allow teenagers to remain in foster care until they...read more
A Louisiana state senator is traveling throughout his district and teaching an important history lesson to students across Northwest Louisiana. Sen. Ryan Gatti, R-Dist. 36, has visited 41 schools in Bossier, Bienville, Claiborne and Webster Parishes to tell the...read more
Ryan supports a strong education system with decisions in the hands of our teachers. He will fight for local control and do what it takes to allow parents and teachers to control the educational future of our students. Ryan Will: Vote to end Common Core and replace it...read more
The third-place finisher in the Louisiana Senate District 36 race has endorsed attorney Ryan Gatti in the runoff election. Todd Hollenshead, who received 26 percent of the vote in Saturday’s balloting, said the Legislature needs to go in a different direction. Gatti...read more
Teachers support our campaign: I will work to end Common Core and fight for our teachers. We will return control to our local school boards and teachers. I will treat teachers like the asset to the community they are- not the way they’ve been treated for the last...read more
I’m proud to announce that Sammy Kershaw, who is a huge friend to North Louisiana, and fully invested in the future of our state, has joined my campaign.read more
Aaron McAvoy wrote a song that says it all. I dare you not to hum it, especially the fact that my last name is the name of your favorite pizza place. Thanks, Aaron, for bringing some fun to the campaign.read more
As your next State Senator, I will bring strong leadership to Baton Rouge, make decisions that will grow jobs, vote against tax increases and protect the values we live in Northwest Louisiana. Please share our new commercial and thank you for your constant...read more
One of the greatest parts of this campaign is having the chance to visit with so many people in towns and cities throughout this district. And everywhere we go, we carry a map of the district. People sign on their street and it will hang in my office as a daily...read more
Our first commercial is starting tomorrow. I would love for you to watch it and share it with all your friends and family and encourage them to share it too. I am the candidate for State Senate District 36 with new energy, fresh ideas and the courage and conviction to...read more