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Nov 19 Today, U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) recognized Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano for their latest accolade...
Nov 18 Congressman Sam Johnson (R-TX) introduced common-sense legislation, H.R. 3498, so seniors can have the freedom to make t...
Nov 15 Washington, DC - U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (R-TX) issued the following statement upon the passage of H.R. 3350, Keep ...
A group of USAFA Liaison Officers and cadet at the 2012 U.S. Service Academy Forum. From left to right: Cadet First Class Haley Wilson; Major Tom Plunkett; Col. Lisa McNeme, Congressman Sam Johnson; Major Kristen Fair; Col. Joe Cordina; Col. John Visser
McKinney's Boy Scout Troop 531's Court of Honor
The ground breaking ceremony for Capitol One's new Auto Finance Division in Plano.
Frisco is in good hands with this team of awesome first responders.
On Memorial Day, I was honored to present Cody Morton with his Purple Heart medal for his service in Afghanistan.
Boy Scouts and Civil Air Patrol greeted attendees with American flags at the Frisco Flag Day celebration at the Frisco Heritage Museum.
I donated a POW bracelet with my name on it to the Frisco Heritage Museum's Military History Exhibit.
The winners of this year's Congressional Art Competition.
Congratulations to the 2012 graduates of North Texas Job Corps.
I joined the Thomas Elementary Texans in a great patriotic ceremony in honor of National Anthem Day.
Congressman Sam Johnson (R-TX) speaks on the U.S. House of Representatives floor on his recently introduced bill H.R. 3498. This common-sense bill gives seniors the freedom to make their own healthcare decision and voluntarily opt-out of Medicare Part A.
Congressman Sam Johnson (R-TX) congratulated Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano on their latest accolade, the 2013 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the nation's highest presidential honor for performance excellence through innovative practices and visionary leadership.
Congressman Sam Johnson (R-TX) delivered the following statement on the U.S. House of Representatives floor after receiving an email from a constituent Tom Allen. In the email Tom expressed his frustration with losing his healthcare plan, despite repeated assurances from President Obama that he could keep it.
U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (R-TX) demanded answers from CMS Administrator, Marilyn Tavenner, regarding the challenges, frustrations, and unanswered questions Americans have with the implementation and enrollment process in ObamaCare. Contrary to what the Administration repeatedly promised was "on track," the exchanges were clearly not ready despite having three years of preparation. The American people want, need, and deserve health care that works, not a law that continually fails to live up to its promises.