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One day a week ago, my staff handed me a constituent email they thought I might want to answer during the little extra time we had on the House Floor. Because the email asked a question – what’s the most important thing needed for a Republic to survive? – I think EVERY young American should be encouraged to consider, I decided to share the correspondence here.
Rep. Mike Johnson (LA-04) invited combat veteran Brian Steorts to be his guest of honor at the State of the Union Address. Steorts was born at Barksdale Air Force Base in Bossier City and served eight consecutive combat deployments.
More money could be coming to your wallet thanks to the federal tax overhaul Congress passed a month ago.
Last week the United States Treasury Department announced it's adjusted the amount the Internal Revenue Service will take out of paychecks to account for the new tax law.
The House Judiciary Committee plans to take up a bill on Wednesday that would overhaul the 1938 law governing foreign lobbying disclosures, but the measure’s fate in the Senate remains unclear.
The US House Natural Resources Committee approved a measure that aims to streamline offshore oil and gas producers’ applications for incidental harassment authorizations not directly related to exploration and production. H.R.
This week, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle will come together in hopes of building a better working relationship.
This informal group hopes to inspire Congress to set aside tensions and build a more positive tone - something they hope can trickle down to state and local governments, too.
The recently passed 2018 National Defense Authorization Act includes key components for both the B-52s and Global Strike Command at Barksdale Air Force Base.
AMBR’s Kevin Gallagher talks with Louisiana District 4 Congressman Mike Johnson; about the year that was in 2017, and about the year ahead. Johnson says he’s proud that Congress worked with President Trump to remove loads of onerous federal regulation on business. He looks forward to further progress and a successful re-election in 2018.
The tax bill that won passage this week in Congress has provisions that members of Louisiana’s congressional delegation say specifically benefit Louisiana.
“Disaster tax relief is huge,” Sen. Bill Cassidy said Thursday in an interview.