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ENG: Henry C. "Hank" Johnson Jr. (born October 2, 1954) is the U.S. Representative for Georgia's 4th congressional district, serving since 2007. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district is based in DeKalb County, a largely suburban county east of Atlanta. It also includes portions of Gwinnett and Rockdale counties. Life, education and career Johnson grew up in Washington, D.C. His father worked for the Bureau of Prisons and was the director of classifications and paroles, up to that time, the highest ranking African American in the bureau. Johnson graduated from Clark College (now Clark Atlanta University) in 1976, was a member of Omega Psi Phi Kappa Alpha Alpha Chapter, Decatur, Georgia, and Texas Southern University's Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston in ...
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Rep.Lewis Joins Rep.Johnson to Produce Mega-Job Fair

Washington might not be working on trying to help Atlantans find jobs, but Reps. John Lewis and Hank Johnson are. In conjunction with the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), Lewis and Johnson joined forces to try to host the most comprehensive job fair this year. In response to skyrocketing unemployment in the African American community on top of high national averages, the CBC decided to launch the “For the People” Jobs Initiative to raise awareness and built support for H. Res. 348, which calls on Congress to pass more than 40 bills proposed by the CBC to help alleviate the ...

Rep. Hank Johnson: Regaining Prosperity… and Protecting It

I am so pleased to see The Huffington Post inaugurating its Black Voices site, and I appreciate the opportunity to contribute in its first week. As an African-American member of Congress at this critical moment in our nation's history, my first duty is to bring jobs back to the community I represent. To create jobs, we need smart and bold investments that put people back to work today and sustain opportunity in the future -- investments in infrastructure, energy, education, science and technology. The Recovery Act stimuluspackage that was passed inearly 2009 helped stabilize an economy in ...

Congressman Hank Johnson tours Conyers business

A Conyers business welcomed U.S. Congressman Hank Johnson on Monday morning and talked about what federal government can do to help small businesses compete in the national market. While on Congressional recess, Johnson stopped in town to visit ARS Mechanical LLC off Gees Mill Road. The minority-owned business does commercial and industrial plumbing, heating, ventilation and air conditioning work. Sadat Nichols and Al Shepherd both came up with the idea of ARS Mechanical and the business has made Conyers its home for the last eight years. Many of their clients are from downtown Atlanta, ...

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Rep. Johnson on the new National Museum of African American History & Culture
CSPAN: Rep. Johnson on the new National Museum of African American History & Culture: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fImUXYa6AU | First aired on Sept. 23, 2016.   
Rep. Johnson applauds DEA decision to withdraw kratom ban
Agency will now hold public comment period until Dec. 1 LITHONIA, GA – This week, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) reversed its decision to ban the use of kratom, a plant that researchers say could help fight the opioid epidemic. On Sept. 30, Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04) – along with colleague Mark Pocan (WI-02) – penned a letter to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch objecting to the DEA’s hasty decision to classify kratom as a Schedule 1 substance without first going through its normal classification and rulemaking process. Notice of the DEA withdrawing its intent to ban the drug will appear in the Federal Register today. “I appreciate Attorney General Lynch listening to our concerns,” said Rep. Johnson. “And we appreciate the DEA’s desire to protect the American people from potentially harmful substances. In this case though, the DEA overstepped its authority and went straight to ban kratom without proper review and studies and without defending its vie
Advisory: Rep. Johnson’s district office moving to new location
LITHONIA, GA – This month, Rep. Hank Johnson (GA-04) is moving his district office from Hillandale Drive to Snapfinger Park Drive, about 1.2 miles away. WHO:     Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04);WHAT:    Moving offices from 5700 Hillandale Drive in Lithonia to 5240 Snapfinger Park Drive in Decatur 30035, Suite 130;WHEN:    Hillandale Drive office will close Thursday, Oct. 27 and the new office on Snapfinger Park Drive will open on Monday, Oct. 31;WHERE: 5240 Snapfinger Park Drive suite 130 in Decatur 30035. The new office is off Panola Road near I-20 behind This Is It! restaurant.  The Congressional office phone number will remain 770-987-2291. Click HERE for Google Maps.
Johnson Leads Bipartisan Call for Investigation of Anticompetitive Practices in the App Marketplace
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Representative Henry C. “Hank” Johnson, Jr., the Ranking Member of the Antitrust Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee, has called on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate concerns regarding anticompetitive activity in the app marketplace. Earlier this year, The Washington Post reported that numerous developers have raised concerns with anticompetitive practices in this market, such as onerous conditions applicable to rival apps that may create an uneven playing field. “It is critical that we promote and defend competition, even in markets that are highly innovative, to ensure that small entrants aren’t squeezed out through needlessly restrictive conditions and policies,” Johnson stated. “I strongly encourage the FTC to give this issue the close attention that it deserves.” Johnson is joined on the bipartisan letter by U.S. Reps. F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr. (R-WI), Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), Lamar Smith (R-TX), David Ci

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