WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced $18,674,000 million in investments to help rebuild and improve rural water infrastructure in Louisiana’s Fourth District. This funding is part of a $1.2 billion investment across 46 states.
WASHINGTON – Fort Polk was awarded the 2018 Army Community Partnership Award today for demonstrating partnerships that enhance Army readiness, modernize Army processes and improve business reform, while building stronger community relationships.
WASHINGTON – U.S. House Representative Mike Johnson (R-La.) has been elected chairman of the Republican Study Committee (RSC) for the 116th Congress. The RSC membership voted via secret ballot during their meeting today. Currently composed of 150 members, the RSC is the largest caucus of conservatives in the Congress.
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.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. House of Representatives passed three pieces of legislation, the Family Savings Act of 2018, the American Innovation Act of 2018 and the Protecting Family and Small Business Tax Cuts Act of 2018, that make up the “Tax Reform 2.0” package.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the House Natural Resources Committee passed H.R. 6346, the Weigh Habitats Offsetting Locational Effects Act of 2018 (WHOLE Act), to ease the difficulties farmers and ranchers face when bearing the brunt of undue burdens placed on agriculture. The WHOLE Act, introduced by Rep.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week, the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) awarded Rep. Mike Johnson (LA-04) the Guardian of Small Business Award for his support of small businesses throughout the 115th Congress.
Rep. Johnson released the following statement:
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Riceland Crawfish announced a $3 million expansion project to expand its operations in Eunice.
Dexter Guillory, Riceland president, was joined by state Department of Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain and other leaders on Tuesday in making the announcement at the Sub-Zero facility on U.S. 190 east of Eunice.
Once the newly elected Congress reconvenes in January, all eyes are going to be on House Democrats, whose big Election Night earlier this month positions them to take over control of the chamber and lead every committee. Among other things, that means that Louisiana’s best-known Republican, U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise, will see his profile as his party’s chief vote-counter shrink.
WASHINGTON – U.S. House Representative Mike Johnson (R-La.) has been elected chairman of the Republican Study Committee (RSC) for the 116th Congress.
The RSC membership voted via secret ballot during their meeting today. Currently composed of 150 members, the RSC is the largest caucus of conservatives in the Congress.
Louisiana Congressman Mike Johnson has been elected chairman of the Republican Study Committee, which has been a traditional GOP leadership launching pad for previous leaders like Vice President Mike Pence and Congressman Steve Scalise.
Louisiana freshman Rep. Mike Johnson will chair the Republican Study Committee in the 116th Congress, after winning a race Friday against five-term California Rep.
U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy and U.S. Rep Mike Johnson joined with other local leaders on Friday to laud the creation of the North Louisiana Entrepreneurial Accelerator Program (NorLEAP).
Shreveport, LA - U.S. House Representatives Mike Johnson (R-La.) and Bruce Westerman (R-Ark.) toured The Caddo-Bossier Port and Joe D. Waggonner Jr. Lock and Dam.
Johnson said he was impressed by the facility and looks forward to its growth.
Westerman said he hopes to see a port just like it in his home state.