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July 24, 2007 Press Release

 

Today, the Subcommittee on Oversight is holding its first hearing on tax-exempt organizations.  Today we will take a broad look at charities and foundations and review the current state of the charitable sector. 

July 24, 2007 Press Release

House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee Chairman John Lewis (D-GA) will hold an overview hearing on tax-exempt organizations, which will focus on charities and foundations described in Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3).  The hearing will take place tomorrow Tuesday, July 24, 2007, in the main Committee hearing room, 1100 Longworth House Office Building, beginning at 10:00 a.m.

July 24, 2007 Press Release

Stands up for taxpayers by repealing troublesome private debt collection program

July 24, 2007 Press Release

Stands up for taxpayers by repealing troublesome private debt collection program

July 20, 2007 Press Release

Congressman Lewis won funding for the following 5th District initiatives within the 2008 Labor, Health and Human Services, Education Funding bill, passed by the U.S. House of Representatives last night.

July 20, 2007 Press Release

Congressman Lewis won funding for the following 5th District initiatives within the 2008 Labor, Health and Human Services, Education Funding bill, passed by the U.S. House of Representatives last night.

July 19, 2007 Press Release

Congressman Lewis has been instrumental in his support for sewage and water infrastructure initiatives to alleviate long-standing problems in the Atlanta metro area.

July 19, 2007 Press Release

Congressman Lewis has been instrumental in his support for sewage and water infrastructure initiatives to alleviate long-standing problems in the Atlanta metro area.

July 13, 2007 Press Release

This morning Congressman John Lewis appeared before the Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles to speak on behalf of Mr.

June 25, 2007 Editorial
When Emmett Till's broken body was sent from Mississippi back to Chicago, his mother took one look at her son's body and demanded an open-casket funeral. Fifty thousand people came to see that body, and his battered face. There must be few things more wrenching for a mother than to put her deceased son on display. But she chose to do just that, rather than to seal the truth in a casket.

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