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Rep. Mike Johnson delivers remarks during House Republican Leadership’s press conference celebrating the six-month anniversary of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Tonight, I hosted a telephone town hall, which included approximately 2,500 constituents in five of our 15 parishes. One of those constituents asked my office to provide further information regarding the issue of whether illegal immigrants are able to receive U.S. taxpayer-funded benefits. We have posted that specific information here. In addition, the Heritage Foundation has published a number of related studies and data, and concluded in part: “In 2010, for example, the average illegal-immigrant household received $14,387 more in benefits than it paid in taxes.”
Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.) testifies before House Armed Services Committee in support of Barksdale Air Force Base and Fort Polk in Louisiana's Fourth Congressional District.
There is no way, in good conscience, I could vote for the omnibus spending bill because its content, and the process behind it, violates our most basic responsibilities and our principles. This package does little to fund our border security efforts, places no restrictions on dangerous sanctuary cities, allows funding for Planned Parenthood and leaves Obamacare completely intact. It falls far short of the expectations the American people have set for their representatives in Congress.
The United States remains one of only 7 nations, including North Korea and China, that allows abortions after 20 weeks - a practice which kills thousands of innocent babies each year. Rep. Johnson speaks on the House floor in support of the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act to ensure this is no longer the case.
Johnson’s amendment seeks to increase transparency in H.R. 1096 and to further ensure terrorist organizations are prohibited from receiving taxpayer funds.
WASHINGTON – Today, the House Natural Resources Committee passed U.S.
WASHINGTON – The United States Senate passed Representative Mike Johnson’s (LA-04) bill, the J.
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The six sitting Louisiana congressmen are "positioned really well to have a lot of influence in the next Congress," U.S. Rep. Mike Johnson said Tuesday.
Rep. Mike Johnson Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's New Scorecard
Standing behind a media campaign directed against the proposed merger of German-based Bayer AG and U.S.-based Monsanto is a public affairs operation with a long history of doing work for a foreign
A bipartisan group of leaders in 115th U.S. Congress released a document entitled the "Commitment to Civility," authored by Rep. Johnson, memorializing their agreement to restore collegiality, trust and civility to the Congress.
To date, nearly 150 leaders, from both sides of the aisle, have signed the pledge, and it is now being adopted by other governmental bodies nationwide.