Congressman, Georgia's Fifth Congressional District
58 years ago today, Rosa Parks stood up by sitting down. She was a quiet, poised, beautiful, young woman who simply had enough.
Wishing each and every one of you a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday.
I was sad to learn of Ria Pell's passing. Her spirit, talent, and activism will be deeply missed.
It was good to be at the White House as the President honored so many gifted individuals who made a lasting contribution to our society.
Major Owens was an honorable man who used his life and his talents to serve humanity. My heart goes out to his wife and family.
A staff member will be at the Atlanta Public Library East Point Branch today from 4 to 6pm if you need assistance http://t.co/EoCoPI1gMe
It was good to spend some time today with the many federal workers at the Sam Nunn Atlanta Federal Center and thank them for their service.
I was sad to hear about the passing of the former Speaker of the House, Thomas Foley. He was a man of dignity who loved America and his work
We must never let this happen again. It is irresponsible to govern from crisis to crisis.
I am glad that last night the great majority of the members of the House and Senate finally came together and did the right thing
It was a disgrace that the government of the most powerful nation on earth was shutdown and allowed to slip perilously close to default.
If you see something that is not right, then you have to speak up and speak out and find a way to get in the way. http://t.co/Vsn02TnvPj
Arrest number 45, protesting in support of comprehensive immigration reform http://t.co/b6ngK1LJxM
It is a shame and a disgrace that the government of the most powerful and wealthy nation on the planet is shutdown. It is so sad.
As we enter the second week of this government shutdown, here is an informational resource for 5th district residents http://t.co/ZRXAUTr4LE