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April 30, 2008 Press Release
Rep. John Lewis made a statement on the floor of the U.S.
April 28, 2008 Press Release

Today the U.S. Supreme Court decided 6-3 to uphold an Indiana requirement mandating voters to show a government-issued photo ID in order to vote in the state. The court ruled such a requirement is constitutional. Similar laws exist in Georgia, Missouri, and Arizona. The Georgia law was ruled unconstitutional in state courts.

April 21, 2008 Press Release

This morning Sen. John McCain made a speech in Selma, Alabama where he acknowledged the courage of Rep. John Lewis and other participants in the Civil Rights Movement during the conflict on the Edmund Pettus Bridge.  Rep. Lewis had no advance knowledge of the nature or intentions of Sen. McCain’s remarks.

April 18, 2008 Press Release

Congressman Lewis received this important message from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) regarding impending disaster relief application deadlines for those struggling to recover from the tornado that hit the Atlanta metro area last month:

April 15, 2008 Press Release

Bill Repeals Use of Private Collection Agencies and Simplifies the Tax Filing Process

April 15, 2008 Press Release

Today a bill sponsored by Rep. John Lewis will be debated and voted on on the House floor.  It’s called the Taxpayer Assistance and Simplification Act of 2008 (H.R.

April 14, 2008 Press Release
This evening Delta Airlines announced its merger with Northwest Airlines, saying the move would put it in a stronger position to confront the rising cost of fuel prices and the challenges of a recession.  It has said that no hubs would be closed as a result of this merger.  The company will have combined revenue of $35 bill
April 14, 2008 Press Release

Are you having trouble paying your mortgage?
Are you or is someone you know facing foreclosure?

April 3, 2008 Press Release

In July 1946, two African American couples were driving through Monroe, Georgia, pulled from their car by a mob of 12 to 15 unmasked men, shot hundreds of times, and killed. Then they were hung from nearby trees.  One of the victims, Dorothy Malcolm, was seven months pregnant.