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HAUGHTON, La. - The power of prayer will be on display Thursday morning for National Day of Prayer in Bossier Parish.
Bossier Sheriff Julian C. Whittington and First Baptist Haughton will host the 2019 National Day of Prayer Breakfast at First Baptist Haughton on May 2 from 6:30 a.m. – 7:30 a.m. The public is invited.
The top Republican on a House subcommittee pointed out Tuesday that, contrary to proponents’ claims, recent pushes to ratify the 1972 Equal Rights Amendment would benefit the pro-abortion movement.
A House Judiciary subcommittee on Tuesday held the first congressional hearing on the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in 36 years as supporters push for ratification.
ERA advocates want a time requirement to be stripped from the amendment’s language. Congress passed the ERA in 1972, but it failed to earn the backing of enough state legislatures to be ratified by a 1982 deadline.
House Democrats held Congress’s first hearing in decades Tuesday on the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution, looking to revive the controversial proposal that’s gaining steam as an issue in some states.
U.S. Representative Mike Johnson (LA-04) hosted an Art Competition and Community Awards Ceremony Thursday to recognize winners in his Congressional Art Competition and constituents for their community service.
WASHINGTON — Louisiana will get nearly $95 million for coastal protection and restoration efforts in the latest round of payments from the federal government’s Gulf energy royalties.
Chief Justice John Roberts rebuffed a bipartisan request to provide same-day audio for next week’s arguments in a much-watched dispute over the Trump administration’s bid to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
Conservatives are making a fresh push to spread their message of fiscal discipline after new estimates the Medicare and Social Security trust funds will soon be depleted, and amid talk of a $2 trillion infrastructure spending package and busting discretionary spending limits.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Representative Mike Johnson (LA-04) joined Rep. Brian Babin (TX-36) in reintroducing the I-14 Expansion and Improvement Act of 2019 Wednesday.
Restoring fiscal sanity to Congress is a matter of national security, the chairman of the House’s largest Republican caucus says.
“It’s not a sustainable trajectory,” Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., chairman of the Republican Study Committee, said of a national debt that has topped $22 trillion.