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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 Introduces Bill to Stop Punishing Seniors who Work
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Social Security Subcommittee Chairman Sam Johnson (TX-03) and Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) introduced the Senior Citizens’ Freedom to Work Act of 2017.  This bill would eliminate a penalty on Social Security Old-Age (OASI) beneficiaries who choose to enter, remain in, or return to the labor force.  Specifically, the bill would eliminate the Retirement Earnings Test (RET) that affects younger seniors who choose to continue working after claiming Social Security benefits.   (In 2000, legislation championed by Chairman Johnson eliminated the RET for folks who are at or above their full retirement age.  This bill finishes that work by eliminating this earnings penalty for all Social Security OASI beneficiaries.)       “In 2000, my bill ended the earnings penalty for seniors once they reach their full retirement age.  But that’s not enough.  Now is the time to eliminate the earnings penalty for
Sam Johnson Congratulates 23 Students on U.S. Service Academy Appointments
 Washington, D.C. – Last weekend U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) hosted his annual Academy Appointee Send-Off Ceremony to congratulate the 23 Collin County students who received appointments to U.S. Service Academies or one of the preparatory schools this fall.       “It is my honor to congratulate these young men and women who have been chosen by the prestigious United States Service Academies,” said Johnson.  “It is no easy task to receive an Academy appointment – students must excel academically and athletically over the years, and they must also contribute their time, talent, and effort to the community.  The nomination process to even be considered is competitive, and these students’ appointments prove they are the gold standard.  Seeing their commitment and love of freedom, liberty, and democracy gives me great hope that America’s best days are ahead.  I thank them for their willingness to serve our Great Nation, a
Sam Johnson Introduces Bill to Give Social Security Beneficiaries More Choice
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Social Security Subcommittee Chairman Sam Johnson (TX-03) and Rep. Adrian Smith (NE-03) introduced the Providing Choice for Social Security Retirees Act (H.R. 3112).  This legislation would provide Social Security Old-Age (OASI) beneficiaries an option to claim a portion of their delayed retirement credit in a one-time, partial lump sum.    “As a constitutional, free market conservative, one of the fundamental values I support is choice for the consumer,” said Johnson.  “And while Social Security is an earned benefit, that doesn’t mean it has to be one-size-fits all. Folks across the nation have widely varying career choices, health situations, and financial needs.  With this in mind, choice is important when it comes to claiming Social Security benefits.  Folks already have the option to claim their earned benefits either early, on time, or later on down the road.  But today’s bill goes one step further. 
Smithsonian Regent Sam Johnson Honors 50th Anniversary of Folklife Festival
WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03), who serves as a Regent for the world famous Smithsonian Institution, introduced H.Res. 408 in order to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Smithsonian’s Folklife Festival.    “For the past 50 years, the Folklife Festival has coincided with the celebration of our Great Nation’s independence,” said Johnson.  “The festival brings to life our American heritage and also allows folks to see and experience aspects of other cultures around the world.   This resolution honors the Smithsonian Folklife Festival for its educational outreach and efforts to bring folks with different backgrounds together.”   The 2017 Folklife Festival will be celebrated Jun 29th-July 4th as well as July 6th-9th.     Sabrina Motley, Smithsonian Folklife Festival Associate Director, stated, “Visitors to this year's Festival will encounter both story and spectacle. For a half-century, w



 
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