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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 company that is now part of a state-owned Chinese firm.
More than 12,000 people, combined, turned out across the state to march for life on three separate weekends in January and February.
According to information provided by Louisiana Right to Life, a crowd of 1,200 gathered in Baton Rouge; 5,600 assembled in Shreveport/Bossier and another 5,600 rallied in Alexandria/Pineville.
There are forces suspected of being hard at work to influence American politics on behalf of the Russian government. Not to influence our elections, but to shape policy on fossil fuels and related environmental issues.
It’s the greens who may be working for the reds!
Rep. Mike Johnson (LA-04) will host three town halls next week in Bossier, Union and Claiborne parishes.
Bossier Parish Town Hall
WHERE: Plain Dealing Community Center, 109 South Cotton Belt Street
Northwest Louisiana Congressman Mike Johnson went before the House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation today to talk about his new bill, the Securing Our Borders & Wilderness Act.
Congress appears ready to crack down on individuals and groups who work on behalf of Russia and other foreign nations but don’t fully disclose those ties.
As part of National Mentoring Month, U.S. Rep. Mike Johnson, R-Benton, recently recognized the Beauregard Christian Women’s Job Corps in DeRidder.
Mentorship is “an important part of any healthy organization and community,” and the BCWJC recognizes “the value of mentoring as a means of success,” Johnson said
Rep. Mike Johnson (LA-04) released the following statement regarding the recently-released Nuclear Posture Review:
WASHINGTON, DC - Rep. Mike Johnson has invited Bossier native Brian Steorts to be his guest of honor at the State of the Union Address. Steorts served eight consecutive combat deployments, and was injured in the line of duty.
During his rehabilitation, Steorts created the Flags of Valor. A company that's “veteran-owned, veteran-operated and combat-veteran-made.”