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Congressman Hank Johnson

Representing the 4th District of Georgia

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March 18, 2009 Press Release
But it's symbolic of the very excesses that put us in this financial mess in the first place. To reward the executives who caused such harm with taxpayer money is just criminal. I voted against the Toxic Asset Relief Program or TARP and other bailout legislation because I foresaw potential abuses and the possibility that egregious payouts could go to undeserving executives.
March 17, 2009 Press Release

In particular, Johnson and his colleagues investigated consolidation of the banking industry and the vast amount of public money used to stabilize banks and other financial institutions rocked by toxic mortgage assets, and asked the fundamental question – are there institutions that are “too big to fail?”

March 13, 2009 Press Release

Officials of the IRS will be on-hand to answer questions and process individual tax returns.

Participants will learn about earned income tax credits, determine their filing status and receive information about tax-exempt businesses, organizations and 501(c)3 entities.

March 5, 2009 Press Release

The money – which was released by the Federal Transit Administration – is part of what is expected to be more than $1 billion the state will receive for infrastructure under the Recovery plan, which was signed into law last month.

March 5, 2009 Press Release

If passed by the Senate and signed into law – H.R.  1106 – Helping Families Save their Homes Act of 2009 would empower judges to reduce amount of principal owed, cut the interest rate or extend the length of a loan for a homeowner struggling with their mortgage.

March 2, 2009 Press Release

It comes on the heels of Johnson’s first telephone town hall meeting held Feb. 24 from his office in Washington, D.C., in which he reached out to 25,000 Fourth District residents to discuss the Recovery Act. 

March 1, 2009 Press Release

NCPW 2009 – Nuts and Bolts: Tools for Today’s Economy – highlights consumer education efforts across the nation and the state.  Information can help people get the most for their money, whether they are trying to stretch their paychecks, find a quick fix for a spotty credit history, or tell the difference between a real deal and a potentially fraudulent product or service. 

February 26, 2009 Press Release

Among other things, the hearing focused on the proposed merger between Ticketmaster and Live Nation, which could combine the nation’s biggest concert promoter with the largest seller of tickets for live entertainment.  

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