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ENG: Samuel Robert "Sam" Johnson (born October 11, 1930) is an American politician and a retired career U.S. Air Force officer and fighter pilot. He currently is a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from the 3rd District of Texas (map). The district includes much of northeastern Dallas, as well as Plano, where he lives. Early life, education, military service Johnson grew up in Dallas and graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School and Southern Methodist University. He served a 29-year career in the United States Air Force, where he served as director of the Air Force Fighter Weapons School and flew the F-100 Super Sabre with the Air Force Thunderbirds precision flying demonstration team. He commanded the 31st Tactical Fighter Wing at Homestead AFB, Florida and an ...
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U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson Visits Encryptics(R)


U.S. Congressman, Sam Johnson visited the Encryptics® headquarters on Friday, October 21 to welcome the company to his district. Johnson represents Texas in the 3rd District which includes Northern Dallas and Southern Collin counties, including Dallas and Frisco where Encryptics headquarters are located. The company moved their offices to Frisco in July, 2011. Congressman Johnson said he enjoyed his visit, “It is great to welcome a company like Encryptics to the Thrid District of Texas. I was very impressed with the company, and look forward to hearing their continued success ...


U.S. Cong. Sam Johnson Recognizes Local Patriot Award Winner


U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson presented No Magic, Inc. CEO Gary Duncanson with a flag flown over the U.S. Capitol to honor Duncanson’s receipt of the Patriot Award for his hiring and support of military veterans. No Magic is based in Allen, Texas. “We do not often hear the stories of the support system behind our Armed Forces whose sacrifices and action allow our brave men and women to continue serving America,” said Johnson, a 29-year Air Force veteran. “It’s great people like Gary Duncanson who are the unsung heroes.” ... by Haley Creel Source: ...


Partnership for America Cheers Rep. Sam Johnson's Bill...


... to Freeze and Investigate Health Care Law Partnership for America, a new grassroots group devoted to protecting American independence, today hailed Rep. Sam Johnson (R-Texas) for introducing a bill to freeze implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act until its full impact can be investigated. Johnson introduced the Freeze and Investigate Affordable Care Act (H.R. 3095) on Wednesday. Once enacted, the Freeze and Investigate Act would immediately suspend implementation of President Obama's health care law and require Congress and the President appoint an Affordable ...


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Sam Johnson, John Larson Hold Social Security Member Roundtable on Equifax Breach
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to the recently revealed Equifax data breach, Ways and Means Social Security Subcommittee Chairman Sam Johnson (TX-03) and Ranking Member John Larson (CT-01) held a bipartisan Member roundtable with senior Social Security Administration (SSA) officials. The roundtable focused on the agency’s cybersecurity response to the Equifax breach, anticipated risks as a result of the breach, and what the SSA is doing to mitigate those risks for both the agency and the public.    After the conclusion of the roundtable, Johnson and Larson released the following statement:   “Millions of Americans’ identities were put at risk due to Equifax’s neglect.  The fact that several government agencies – including the Social Security Administration – contract with Equifax for identity verification services compounds the seriousness of this breach.  Americans expect government agencies to safeguard their personal information.  We
Sam Johnson on Tax Reform Blueprint
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to the Tax Reform Blueprint released today, U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03), a senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee, made the following statement:   America’s current tax code is complicated and broken, and right now we have an opportunity to fundamentally reform it for the 21st Century.   Not only does Washington have a much-needed chance to make the code simpler – which I strongly believe is necessary, but it’s an opportunity to enable businesses so they are better able to compete in the global economy.  Even more important, tax reform should reward hardworking American families.   This blueprint is a first step. We must get tax reform right, and I look forward to working with my fellow Ways and Means colleagues on behalf of America’s taxpayers.      To learn more, visit fairandsimple.gov. To read the Blueprint, CLICK HERE.
Sam Johnson: High School CYAC Kicks Off Final Year
WASHINGTON, D.C. – This weekend, U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson’s (TX-03) final Congressional Youth Advisory Council (CYAC) kicked off its first meeting of the school year with a session centered on law enforcement and the team effort between local, state, and federal partners.  Guest speakers included District Attorney Greg Willis and Collin County Sheriff Jim Skinner, who discussed their roles in keeping North Texas safe.  Students concluded the day with a tour of the Collin County Jail.   “The students in this final CYAC class are a great group of young leaders, and they started off the school year strong with a session on the importance of teamwork,” said Johnson.  “Whether it’s a class project, local law enforcement, or keeping our nation secure, it’s important to understand and appreciate the roles different people play in the success of their mission.  I thank our guest speakers, DA Willis and Sheriff Skinner, for discussing their roles in
Sam Johnson Invites Student Participation in 3rd Annual Congressional App Challenge
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) invites all K-12 students in the 3rd District of Texas to participate in the third Congressional App Challenge (CAC).   “Collin County schools do a great job teaching our students the importance of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) in an increasingly tech-centric world,” said Johnson.  “To help foster students creativity and interest in the STEM field, I’m excited to again host the Congressional App Challenge.  I look forward to seeing what apps our students come up with and welcoming this year’s winner(s) to the Nation’s Capitol!”    Officially launched in 2015, the Congressional App Challenge is a nationwide event focused on fostering students’ creativity and encouraging their participation in STEM fields. This competition allows students to compete with peers in their own district by creating and exhibiting their software application, or “app,” for mobile



 
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