UPDATE ON JOHNSON LAWSUIT

Ron Johnson
2014-07-25 13:44:44
Ron Johnson - United States Senator for Wisconsin Ron's Newsroom Senator Johnson Responds to Monday's Court Decision On Monday, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin issued a decision denying Sen. Johnson legal standing before the district court. �This means that Sen. Johnson will not be allowed to present the merits of his case against the Obama administration�s actions that provided special treatment to members of Congress and their staffs, unless the decision is overturned on appeal. Read Ron's remarks and view the case order at www.ronjohnson.senate.gov. Ron on the Radio and TV You can listen to all of Ron's appearances on radio and TV by visiting his YouTube page at www.youtube.com/SenatorRonJohnson. In addition, you can see all of his committee hearings on his YouTube page as well. Ron's Weekly Constituent Coffee Ron enjoyed coffee with these Boys and Girls Nation participants from Wisconsin. Ron was happy to meet with Wisconsin members of Future Farmers of America. Ron had coffee with this Wisconsin family from New Berlin. If you are interested in participating in future constituent coffees in Washington, please email the name of each attendee, the reason for your visit to Washington, and full contact information to:�xxx. Our last constituent coffee of the summer is scheduled for Thursday, July 31. There will be no consituent coffee during the month of August while the Senate is in recess. Ron's Telephone Town Halls Sen. Johnson regularly hosts telephone town halls as a way of directly answering constituents' questions. He has one tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, July 30. Are you interested in participating in this telephone town hall? Please email your phone number, name and city to:�xxx. Ron's Constituent Outreach One of Ron's primary responsibilities as a United States Senator is to provide assistance to constituents who are experiencing trouble dealing with federal agencies. Therefore, if you are in need of assistance with a federal agency at this time, please contact Ron's Oshkosh office at (920) 230-7250. Constituent Resources Growing Your Business with Certifications, Teaming, and Market Intelligence Workshop The U.S. Small Business Administration will host an informative workshop on Tuesday, July 29 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College. The workshop will discuss how to best use certifications and market research. For more information on this event and to register go to www.sba.gov. Madison C.A.R.E. Clinic The National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics will hold a one day free medical clinic on Saturday, Aug. 9 in Madison, at the Exhibition Hall at the Alliant Energy Center. The clinic will offer free basic medical care and health education. People who are interested in scheduling an appointment may call (800) 340-1301. � Are you a victim of government? Sen. Johnson strongly believes that the root cause of America's social and economic problems lies in the excessive laws, rules and regulations that constitute the government's intrusion in our lives. If you have had, or are currently having, issues dealing with the federal agencies that mandate these restrictions, we would like to hear your story and work with you to resolve the issues. Share your story with Ron's professional staff by emailing us at�xxx. Intern in Ron's Office Sen. Johnson's fall semester internship program has openings in his Washington, Milwaukee and Oshkosh offices. College students and recent grads who participate in this internship program have the opportunity to take part in a wide variety of activities in the legislative, communications and administrative departments of the office. To apply, send your resume, cover letter, three letters of recommendation, a college transcript, and a one-to two-page college writing sample to�xxx.�Applications are due by Friday, Aug. 1. Stay Connected with Ron Find us on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube! You can also visit our website at www.ronjohnson.senate.gov.
July 25, 2014
Ron's Newsroom
 
Senator Johnson Responds to Monday's Court Decision
 
On Monday, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin issued a decision denying Sen. Johnson legal standing before the district court.  This means that Sen. Johnson will not be allowed to present the merits of his case against the Obama administration�s actions that provided special treatment to members of Congress and their staffs, unless the decision is overturned on appeal.
 
To read Ron's remarks, click  To read Ron's case order, click   
Ron on the Radio 
 
Ron on TV
 
Ron's Committee Work
 
Ron's Weekly Constituent Coffee
 
Ron enjoyed coffee with these Boys and Girls Nation participants from Wisconsin.
 
Ron was happy to meet with Wisconsin members of Future Farmers of America.
 
Ron had coffee with this Wisconsin family from New Berlin.
 
 
Ron's Telephone Town Halls
 
 
Constituent Resources
 
Growing Your Business with Certifications, Teaming and Market Intelligence Workshop
 
Victims of Government
 
 
Sen. Johnson strongly believes that the root cause of America's social and economic problems lies in the excessive laws, rules and regulations that constitute the government's intrusion in our lives. If you have had, or are currently having, issues dealing with the federal agencies that mandate these restrictions, we would like to hear your story and work with you to resolve the issues. Share your story with Ron's professional staff by emailing us at 
 
Intern in Ron's Office
 


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