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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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Bill Johnson Statement on U.S. Strike in Syria
Congressman Bill Johnson issued the following statement on the U.S. air strike in Syria: “The images this week out of Syria were horrifying - dozens of men, women, and children were murdered. The use of chemical weapons is illegal under international law, and the use of them cannot be tolerated - anywhere! The Trump Administration is justified in these tactical strikes against the Assad regime - a designated state sponsor of terrorism - who has repeatedly demonstrated its willingness to commit barbaric acts against its own people.”
Bill Johnson Reintroduces BRICK Act
Today, Congressman Bill Johnson (R-Marietta) reintroduced the Blocking Regulatory Interference from Closing Kilns (BRICK) Act in the U.S. House. Companion legislation has been introduced in the U.S. Senate by Roger Wicker (R-Mississippi). “The majority of U.S. brick plants are small, family-owned operations, often located in small communities that depend on the plant for good-paying jobs. They’ve built some of the most iconic buildings, cities, and towns in existence across Ohio and America,” Bill Johnson said. “To comply with existing Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requirements, these small businesses will be forced to borrow millions of dollars to pay for the required control equipment - at a time when many of them are already struggling to find the capital for plant modernization projects. It will be extremely difficult for these companies to secure the needed investments to pay for new control equipment that would provide absolutely no return on investment.”
Bill Johnson Statement on Tax Day
Bill Johnson (R-Marietta) released the following statement on Tax Day, April 18, 2017: It’s official – Tax Day is here. Hardworking American families and small businesses again this year will fork over more of their hard-earned money to a broken down and inefficient federal government. The document our Founding Fathers wrote that created the greatest nation on the planet - the U.S. Constitution - has less than 5,000 words. Compare that to the U.S. tax code, which is over 75,000 pages long. And, despite all the taxes you pay, the federal government still borrows over $1 trillion a year. It’s depressing to think about. It’s far past time for a fresh start…we need to start over and throw out our current tax code. It has been more than thirty years since comprehensive tax reform was last enacted in Congress. The American people deserve a simpler, fairer, and flatter tax code that rewards success and encourages economic growth. This is one of the primary reasons I came
Trump takes aim at Obama's harmful anti-coal policies
The Hill By Bill Johnson Published March 31, 2017 Over the last eight years in Ohio, I've witnessed firsthand how hardworking taxpayers took an especially hard hit from President Obama’s policies directly targeting Ohio's fossil fuels industries.  The executive order signed by President Trump this week completes the reversal of some of the Obama administration's most onerous efforts to permanently shutter the coal industry and eliminate fossil fuel-related jobs across the country. American consumers should not be punished in the form of higher electricity bills for using energy derived from fossil fuels.  And job creators should not be punished for responsibly harvesting our natural energy resources.  President Trump’s executive action will allow American workers to compete – and succeed – on a level playing field in both the domestic and global economy. President Trump’s recent action on the energy front should not come as a surprise to anyone -- t

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