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ENG:Timothy Vincent "Tim" Johnson (born July 23, 1946) is the U.S. Representative for Illinois's 15th congressional district, serving since 2001. He is a member of the Republican Party and did not run for re-election in 2012. Early life, education, and early political career Johnson was born in Champaign to Robert and Margaret Evans Johnson and spent his childhood in Urbana where he graduated from Urbana High School. He attended the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1964 followed by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Johnson majored in history and graduated in 1969 Phi Beta Kappa, receiving the Bronze tablet, an honor given to the top 3% of undergraduates. In 1972, Johnson graduated with honors from the University of Illinois College of Law and was elected ...
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Illinois Congressman Signs Purple America Pledge


Illinois Congressman Tim Johnson (R-15), co-founder of the Center Aisle Caucus launched in 2005, has signed a pledge circulated by Purple America, a national initiative to support civil discourse centered around America’s widely-shared values. Purple America is challenging political leaders to seek common ground for America’s greater good through a campaign to Re-Imagine America® around the non-partisan, core values Americans of all faiths and political parties share. Rep. Johnson was a guest in a televised Purple America Values Forum in September where he decried the constant ...


Johnson on the Redistricting Map, the Debt Ceiling,and more


The issue of redistricting congressional maps is back in the news, with the League of Women Voters of Illinois filing a lawsuit on Tuesday claiming that the new maps are unconstitutional. The once-a-decade redistricting process—this time headed by the Democrat-controlled state legislature—could hand the party three to six seats in November 2012 while obliterating the current Republican 11-8 edge. In July, 10 of 11 members of Illinois’s GOP delegation filed a federal suit challenging the new map. Congressman Tim Johnson, of the 15th District, was the sole Republican lawmaker ...


Illinois Hospital Association Honors Congressman Tim Johnson


Congressman Timothy Johnson (R-15) received the Illinois Hospital Association's (IHA) 2011 Rural Legislator of the Year Award for his commitment to small and rural hospitals during the annual meeting of IHA's Small & Rural Hospitals Constituency Section on June 15. "Congressman Johnson has always worked well with the small and rural hospitals in his district," said Steven Tenhouse, CEO, the John and Mary E. Kirby Hospital, Monticello. "He listens to their concerns and supports legislation at the federal level that improves the status of health care in rural Illinois." Honored for his ...


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CRS Resolution Introduced in the House
Yesterday advances were made in improving transparency in the federal government. Reps. Mike Quigley (IL-5) and Leonard Lance (NJ-07) introduced the Congressional Research Service Electronic Accessibility Resolution of 2012 (House Resolution 727), a resolution that creates a publicly available database… Read more › The post CRS Resolution Introduced in the House appeared first on District Dispatch.



 
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