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Immigrants on Our Border Treated Well

| Posted in Opinion Pieces

Recently, I visited America’s southern border with Mexico at the El Paso crossing, which is the second busiest port of entry along our southern border. In every aspect, the reality on the ground is much different than how the national media and cable TV talking heads portray it. Read more »

Bill Johnson Votes for Two Immigration Enforcement Bills

| Posted in Press Releases

Congressman Bill Johnson (R-Marietta) released the following statement after the passage of H.R. 3003 – No Sanctuary for Criminals Act; and, H.R. 3004 – Kate’s Law. Both pieces of bipartisan legislation would reform the broken immigration system and create tougher penalties for illegal immigrants with criminal backgrounds in the United States: Read more »

Bill Johnson on United States v. Texas Decision

| Posted in Press Releases

The President – whether that is President Obama or any future President – is not permitted to write laws. That is the job of the People's representatives in Congress. And, when Congress chooses to deny the President exactly what he wants, the Constitution prohibits the President from legislating on his or her own. Read more »

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