WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Rep. Hank Johnson (GA-04) urged Georgians to take advantage of the 25 different tax cuts in the Recovery Act – part of the more than $800 billion in tax cuts for working families and small businesses that this Congress passed since last year.
It’s not too late to mail back your 2010 Census form. It’s critical that all Georgians participate because the Census determines where more than $400 billion in federal funding goes for roads, hospitals, schools, senior centers, emergency services and mass transit.
LITHONIA, GA – Congressman Hank Johnson (D-GA), who represents parts of DeKalb, Rockdale and Gwinnett counties, today urged residents to mail their 2010 Census forms by April 16.
Those who do not have a form should call one of the phone numbers below to request delivery of one. Forms are available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Russian.
Congressman to mail in his census at Wesley Chapel Post Office:
LITHONIA, GA – Congressman Hank Johnson (D-GA), who represents parts of DeKalb, Rockdale and Gwinnett counties, is encouraging the public to return their 2010 Census forms.
Instead of just talking about it, Congressman Johnson will lead by example.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Hank Johnson’s (D-GA) today announced that he has returned $55,000 to the United States Treasury to help pay down the federal deficit.
LITHONIA – Rep. Hank Johnson (GA-04) looks forward to hosting this year’s 2010 Congressional Arts Competition, an annual event displaying the community’s finest artistic talent.
Eligible high school students throughout the district, which include parts of DeKalb, Gwinnett, and Rockdale counties, are encouraged to apply and display their talent in this year’s contest.
Congressman Hank Johnson, who represents Georgia's Fourth Congressional District and serves in the House leadership as Regional Whip for the Southeast, issued the following statement upon passage in the U.S. House of Representatives of legislation reforming the nation's health care and insurance system:
“Years from now, we will wonder what all the fuss was about,” said Johnson.