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Mike Johnson

 
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Title
Representative
Louisiana's 4th District
Party Affiliation
Republican
2023-01-02
2025-01-02
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Willis-Knighton Health System
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$12,600
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$12,200
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91,678
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News
11/01/2023 --mercurynews
Republicans won control of the House in 2022 with the help of four heavily contested Golden State congressional seats.
11/01/2023 --mercurynews
How did Rep. Mike Johnson, whose views are so out of line with most voters, achieve the powerful House speakership?
11/01/2023 --mercurynews
Maybe, just maybe, union victories in 2023 will prove to be a milestone on the way back to a less unequal nation.
11/01/2023 --forbes
Controversial measures in a House-passed immigration bill would likely act as “poison pills” designed to kill aid to Ukraine.
10/31/2023 --mercurynews
Hawley’s new bill, called the Ending Corporate Influence on Elections Act, is aimed at reversing the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision that loosened campaign finance laws – an effort that aligns the conservative Missouri Republican with many Democrats.
10/31/2023 --politico
The White House and allies feel confident that a bill will get done. How big and what’s attached are another matter.
10/31/2023 --politico
Kyiv wants Marine Corps training, more air defense and longer-range missiles.
10/31/2023 --rollcall
Senate appropriators are mulling a continuing resolution that would run until mid-December, which would put the chamber on a collision course with new Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., who’s been pushing to kick final spending decisions into next year. A CR ending the week of Dec. 11 is under consideration, though conversations are ongoing and no […] The post Senate push for shorter stopgap sets up collision with House GOP appeared first on Roll Call.
10/31/2023 --eastbaytimes
Despite growing questions about the Ukraine aid within the Republican conference, Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell has forcefully advocated tying the aid for Ukraine and Israel together. He hosted Oksana Markarova, the Ukrainian ambassador to the United States, at an event in Kentucky on Monday and told the audience, "this is a moment for swift and decisive action."