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Georgia Democratic Congressman Hank Johnson called Raffensperger’s task force a “PR pitch to put himself into the good graces of Donald Trump.”
(CBS46)—Congressman Hank Johnson is hosting a webinar for small business owners to discuss COVID-19 and its impact on their business.
A press release from Rep. Johnson’s office stated, “The Congressman and his guests will discuss how small businesses, sole proprietors and independent contractors can overcome the challenges created by the crisis.”
On Monday, March 16, Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04) held an informational telephone town hall on COVID-19. The Congressman called more than 75,000 people in Georgia’s Fourth District to answer their questions and listen to their concerns about the coronavirus.
Congressman Hank Johnson, D-Ga., announced his 2020 U.S. Service Academy nominations in February, and the list includes four Gwinnett students.
Law360 (March 2, 2020, 9:35 PM EST) -- A new bill from House Judiciary Committee leaders aims to increase transparency in the federal courts by requiring live audio streaming of appellate arguments, free access to court documents in the PACER system, an ethics code for the high court and easier access to recusals and financial disclosures.
Rep. Johnson Re-Introduces Criminal Justice Reform Legislative Package to Hold Police Accountable and Improve the Grand Jury Process
CONYERS — On Sunday, Jan. 12, Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04) hosted his inaugural Unsung Hero Awards at the Black Box Theatre.
Georgia Congressman Hank Johnson’s sharp response after a GOP colleague mentioned alleged drug use by Hunter Biden has become the most talked-about exchange from this morning’s impeachment hearing. Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tonight(Dec. 11), Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04), a senior member of the House Judiciary Committee, delivered the following statement at the first of two Judiciary Committee hearings marking up Articles of Impeachment against President Donald J.
Rep. Hank Johnson, (D-Ga.) also pressed Dickson and Earl Lawrence, the head of the FAA’s certification service, for answers on how the agency responded to the assessment.