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For many Americans, the celebration of Independence Day this year will be more subdued than usual. We are a resilient people, but the past few months in America have been among the most difficult in our history.
Congressman Mike Johnson talks about Monday's Supreme Court decision striking down a Louisiana law requiring abortion clinic doctors to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana abortion law Monday in a ruling that will reverberate throughout America.
Frustrated with the amount of time it’s taking for funding to be secured and work to start on Shreveport’s Inner-City Connector project, federal, state, and local leaders joined Shreveport business and community leaders for a virtual press conference to push for movement on the project.
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - Eviction bans across the country and here at home are beginning to expire, or will soon, during this coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought a lot of attention in Washington to the Chinese Communist Party and its behavior, especially its influence operations inside the United States. Lawmakers are now calling for action against Beijing’s “United Front” activities, which are designed to interfere in our politics and society without our realizing it.
The push by some far-left activists to defund local police departments found no support at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on policing practices and law enforcement accountability.
Holding a series of virtual town hall meetings was United States Representative Mike Johnson (R-Bossier City), who represents Louisiana’s 4th Congressional District which includes Evangeline and Allen Parishes.
(KTAL/KMSS) – Louisiana State Representative Mike Johnson delivered opening remarks about the death of George Floyd during a Capitol Hill zoom meeting Wednesday.
Johnson weighed in on the death of Floyd who died in police custody after an officer was filmed with his knee on Floyd’s neck for several minutes while he was handcuffed, face down, and saying he could not breathe.