Latest Audio Your browser does not support HTML5 video. 00:00 00:00 00:00 Rep. Rigby interviewed on WKYE Radio about his Flag Disposal Ceremony Jul. 03, 2019 Download Rep. Jim Rigby (R-Cambria/Somerset) was recently interviewed by WKYE Radio's Jack Michaels about an American flag disposal ceremony that will be held on July 6, at 11 a.m., at Rep. Rigby's Johnstown district office, located at 1340 Franklin Street. Rep. Rigby’s office has been collecting, and will continue to collect, worn and tattered flags for the event. On the day of the event, Rigby’s office will put on an educational ceremony about how to properly retire and destroy worn flags. Flags can be dropped off at Rigby’s Johnstown district office, located at 1340 Franklin St. in Johnstown, or his Sidman office, located at 125 Mary Drive, Suite B, in Sidman. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. 00:00 00:00 00:00 Rep. Rigby Comments Following the Governor's Budget Address Feb. 05, 2019 Download Gov. Tom Wolf unveiled his 2019-2020 state budget proposal on Tuesday in Harrisburg. The $34 billion spending plan represents a nearly 1 billion dollar increase in state spending over last year. Rep. Jim Rigby (R-Cambria & Somerset) said he is generally pleased with the budget proposal, but worries about the possibility of increased state borrowing to pay for programs. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. 00:00 00:00 00:00 Rep. Rigby Sworn-in for the 2019-20 Session of the PA House on New Year’s Day in Harrisburg Jan. 02, 2019 Download Members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives were sworn in on New Year’s Day in Harrisburg with the members taking the oath of office in the House chamber at noon to officially begin the 2019-20 legislative session. Republicans hold a 110 member working majority in the House with 19 newly elected Republican members.This is the fifth consecutive term that Republicans have retained majority control of the PA House. Rep. Jim Rigby (R-Cambria/Somerset) offered the following comments on the swearing-in ceremony and issues expected to be addressed in the new legislative session.