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July 15, 2016 Press Release

In advance of Nelson Mandela International Day and in response to recent violence, Congressman Lewis introduced a revised and updated version of the Securing American Families by Educating and Training You (SAFETY) through Nonviolence Act and the Gandhi-King Scholarly Exchange Initiative Act.

July 14, 2016 Press Release

Rep. John Lewis made this statement on the House floor to question the adjournment of the House when pressing matters of national interest still need to be worked on by Members of Congress:

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As a member of the Human Resources Subcommittee and the Congressional Coalition on Adoption, I have made a commitment to protect and improve the future of those in the child welfare system.
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The right to vote is precious — almost sacred — and one of the most important blessings of our democracy. Today, we must be vigilant in protecting that blessing.
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Zika Virus

As the summer season begins, I wanted to ensure that residents of Georgia’s 5th Congressional District receive accurate information on the Zika virus and the best means of prevention.

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I am delivering on the promise of health care for everyone. Health care is a right and not a privilege.

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With an economic and population explosion come logistical and commuting challenges for our community.
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When I am in the grocery store or visiting community centers and local organizations in Metro Atlanta, there is nothing people talk about more than jobs.