WASHINGTON – Today, the Senate passed H.R. 302, the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018, which includes an amendment written by Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) in response to last December’s power outage at the Atlanta airport. The bill passed the House of Representatives last Wednesday.
Periodically, Rep. John Lewis is notified that organizations within the 5th Congressional District have been selected to receive a variety of federal grants. This federal grants announcement will advise press and constituents of these notifications. This announcement details about $104,556,560 in federal grants coming to the 5th Congressional District.
“When planes hit the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and crashed in Pennsylvania, this nation was changed forever. Since that time other major cities around the world have been attacked, and we realized that the nature of international conflict was forever transformed. Since that day, this nation has been engaged in extensive, nearly on-going military operations trying to abate the threat
I applaud Mayor Bottoms’ decision to end the City of Atlanta’s contract with U.S.
The Atlanta Passport Agency is hosting a special Passport Day on Saturday, September 22, 2018.
This day in our nation’s history tells a powerful story in and of itself that charts the contemporary course of the struggle for social justice in America.
“We have lost a great warrior who defended this nation’s honor in times of war and peace. He risked his life for America as a soldier, guarded our integrity as a prisoner of war, and dedicated his entire life to public service. Only a few will ever be remembered for standing on the courage of their convictions.
Georgia's 5th Congressional District
Invites you to attend
Military Service Academy Forum
Saturday, August 18, 2018
“Today, on the 53rd anniversary of the signing of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) by President Lyndon Johnson, we celebrate a milestone in American history. With the stroke of a pen, millions of Americans were ushered into the democratic process. In 1964 in Holmes County, Mississippi, there were only twelve black registered voters. By 1965, there were 28,500, and by 1984 there were 406,000.
Today, the U.S.