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The U.S. Representative for Ohio's 6th congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: William Leslie "Bill" Johnson (born November 10, 1954) is the U.S. Representative for Ohio's 6th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. Early life, education, and business career Johnson entered the United States Air Force in 1973, and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel after a distinguished military career of more than 26 years. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Troy University in Troy, Alabama in 1979, and he earned his Master’s Degree from Georgia Tech in 1984. During his tenure in the U.S. Air Force, Johnson was recognized as a Distinguished Graduate from the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps, Squadron Officers School, and Air Command & Staff College. Bill is also a proud recipient of the Air Force Meritorious Service Medal, the Air ...
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Congressman Bill Johnson visits students

During a whirlwind tour through his constituency of Ohio’s District 6, Congressman Bill Johnson made a special stop at Canfield High School. Johnson spoke to two senior level government classes during his visit, sharing some of his policies and viewpoints regarding local and national leadership. Johnson began with a speech championing what he called American exceptionalism. “Many of the technological advancements we have today are due in part to American inventions and innovations. As your congressman, my policy is to empower individuals to pursue their own goals by ensuring ...

Freshman Congr. Bill JohnsonFaces Challenge in GOP Primary

Freshman GOP Congressman Bill Johnson from Ohio's 6th Congressional District will be facing challenger Victor Smith in the primary this year. The winner will face off against the winner of the Democrat primary between former Congressman Charlie Wilson and Cas Adulewiz.Working through the Ohio Project and helping to form Grassroots Ohio, Victor worked tirelessly to help pass Issue 3 the Ohio Healthcare Freedom Amendment.Gettinginto office as a result of the GOP sweep across Ohio more so than being elected because of his ability, Congressman Bill Johnson has been a loyal servant to Speaker John ...

Johnson is target of radio ad by new Democratic Super PAC

More than a year before he's up for re-election, freshman Republican congressman Bill Johnson of Marietta is being targeted by more than $25,000 worth of radio ads from a new Democratic "Super PAC" called House Majority PAC.The ads placed in Youngstown and West Virginia markets that serve Johnson's district along the Ohio River claim the congressman once "bragged" about helping a company he worked for ship jobs overseas. It also says he pledged to protect tax breaks for companies that ship jobs abroad, and voted to raise the Social Security retirement age."He’s on everyone’s side ...

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Mammograms can, do save many lives
East Liverpool Review By LeeAnn Johnson Published on October 16, 2016 Picture a sold-out baseball game at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio, packed with 35,000 fans. That image represents roughly the same number of women and men who die nationwide from breast cancer each year. In Ohio alone, an estimated 1,700 women will die from the disease in 2016. It is a stunning statistic, but there is some good news: Thanks to early detection and improved treatments, death rates from breast cancer have been declining since 1989. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the perfect opportunity to learn more about breast screening guidelines that have been the subject of controversy in recent years. While the value of early detection is widely recognized, conflicting screening recommendations can cause confusion about the age, frequency and method of screening. Why is there a lack of consensus? There are several reasons, including differing interpretations of data and changing screening
Bill Johnson Statement on Obama Administration Shipment of $400 Million to Iran
Bill Johnson released the following statement after the Wall Street Journal published a story stating that the Obama administration secretly organized an airlift of $400 million worth of cash to Iran that coincided with the January release of four Americans detained there: “For decades, American foreign policy has been to not pay ransom for hostages, because to do so only encourages more kidnapping of Americans. Not only did the Obama administration violate this common-sense policy, it did so secretly. I will call on the Speaker of the House to appoint a special investigation committee to get all the facts on this very serious violation of American policy. If true, this would make the Iran-Contra affair look like jaywalking."
Bill Johnson Votes for Mental Health Reform
Representative Bill Johnson (R-Marietta) released the following statement after the House of Representatives passed H.R. 2646, the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act, which would reform the nation’s mental health care system. The legislation passed 422-2; Johnson was an original co-sponsor. “For too long, the conversation about mental health reform has only been just that -- a conversation.  In the meantime, those suffering from mental illness have been neglected by an ineffective system. Just like all other patients, they should get the care and medications they need. This legislation will help both individuals and families identify and treat their conditions. By removing barriers to care, expanding the mental health workforce, reallocating funds toward treatment programs such as early intervention, prevention, and behavioral care programs, and better outreach to under served and rural populations like many parts of Eastern and Southeastern Ohio, patients will
There’s no doubt about it, Hillary lied — many times
Salem News By Rep. Bill Johnson Published July 11, 2016 There's no more arguing about it. Hillary Clinton sent and received classified emails on her unsecure, home servers. She lied about it - many times. The stories may have changed, some qualifiers have been added from time to time, but the bottom line is that she placed her own personal political security above our country's national security. Many Americans already believed she wasn't being straight with us, a fact now confirmed by FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday. During his statement, Comey described Clinton's actions as "extremely careless," stating that she violated two federal statutes by knowingly and willfully sending and receiving highly classified information over her private "home brew" network. At least 110 emails on Clinton's servers were classified at the time they were sent or received and that is just what the FBI was able to recover. It's now known that "hostile agents" unfriendly foreign governments -

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