Congressman Questions Why Residents Weren’t Told of Carcinogenic Chemical in the Community; What Steps Are Being Taken for Remediation
Reps. McBath, Scott also sign letter to agencies concerning Cobb Co. plant
DECATUR, GA – Senior Judiciary Committee member and Chairman of the Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet subcommittee, Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04) released the following statement on the devastating mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio:
Congressman Visits “Door of No Return” with Speaker Pelosi, Rep. John Lewis and other CBC Members to observe the 400th Anniversary of the First Enslaved Africans Landing in America
Georgia Congressman Files House Companion to Sen. Whitehouse, Blumenthal, Hirono Senate Bill; Reps. Cohen (TN) and Lieu (CA) Original Cosponsors of House Measure
Congressman works to streamline path for biosimilar drugs to make it to market, consumers with the Affordable Prescriptions for Patients Through Improvements to Patent Litigation Act
Congresswoman Roby of Alabama cosponsors bipartisan bill
Congressman Gets to the Bottom of Whether Trump Tried to Fire Special Counsel Mueller Through White House Counsel Don McGahn, Who Appears in Russian Probe 157 Times
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Rep. Johnson voted to increase the paychecks of American workers by passing H.R. 582, the Raise The Wage Act, to gradually increase the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025 and restore the value of work in our economy by lifting struggling workers and their families out of poverty.
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- 15:06: Georgia Rep. Hank Johnson reacts to the U.S. firing missiles into Syria;
Congressman Hank Johnson, U.S. Representative for Georgia's 4th congressional district, was in attendance along with host, Colonel Jeffery L. Richar, commander, 642d Regional Support Group.
Johnson served as the guest speaker expressing his immeasurable debt of gratitude to our Armed Forces and felt it an honor to show them that their service and sacrifice is appreciated.
Two of Gwinnett’s three U.S. representatives, Hank Johnson and Rob Woodall, visited the site with Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., to get an in-person look at how the rebuilding work is going.
Johnson and Woodall are members of the House Transportation and Infrastructure committee.
U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson, D-Lithonia, who serves on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, said the president’s budget “severely underfunds federal programs that put Americans to work to improve our nation’s highways and transit systems, which was a center point of the Trump campaign.”
The atrocious chemical weapons attack this week was a visceral reminder of the horrors facing the Syrian people caught in this years long civil war.
On April 14, Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04) visited the I-85 construction site where on March 30, sections of both north and southbound of I-85 collapsed due to a massive fire.
DeKalb residents and those throughout Georgia struggling with opioid addiction or who know someone who is now have an online toolkit of resources to help in the journey to recovery.