Following a confirmation by the majority of members, Rep. Bryan Cutler was reelected Speaker of Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives. Cutler was first sworn in to represent the 100th district in Lancaster County in 2007 and was first elected speaker in June 2020. Cutler previously served as House majority leader and the majority whip. A lawyer and former X-ray technologist, he has made health care reforms a cornerstone of his extensive impacts in Harrisburg. In his address to the House, Cutler reminded the members that since the founding of the Commonwealth, the House has had to manage through many difficult times. In order to address the challenges currently before the state, Cutler said honest, caring, committed and principled leaders who will seek understanding, listen more than they speak, work in good faith and be willing to challenge their own assumptions are what is needed. He also noted that long-term success will require fidelity to the Constitution.