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Timothy Johnson's Public Statements on Issue: Marriage, Family, and Children

Date Title
Nov. 12, 2014 Johnson Recognizes National Adoption Month
Oct. 28, 2014 Letter to Leon Kengo Wa Dondo, President of the Senate of the DRC, and Aubin Minaku, Speaker of the National Assembly of the DRC - Urging Action on Adoption Reform
July 9, 2014 Senator Johnson Introduces Legislation to Help Adoptive Parents in Indian Country Receive Adoption Tax Credit
April 18, 2014 Letter to Joseph Kabila Kabange, President, and Augustin Matata Ponyo, Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo - End Delays in US Adoptions from Democratic Republic of Congo
Sept. 30, 2011 South Dakota's Angels in Adoption
April 7, 2010 Johnson, SDSU Officials Discuss National Children's Study
Jan. 27, 2010 Johnson Comments Ahead of State of the Union
Jan. 19, 2010 Letter to The Honorable Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State
Nov. 12, 2009 Johnson Marks November as National Adoption Awareness Month
Sept. 1, 2009 Letter to Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State - Ensuring Fair, Timely Guatemalan Adoptions
Sept. 23, 2008 Adoption Bill Passed in the Senate
March 6, 2008 School SOcial Work Week
Nov. 5, 2007 National Adoption Day
July 25, 2006 Senate to Pass Child Custody Protection Act
Feb. 13, 2006 Johnson Moves to Protect Children From Mature Video Games With Family Entertainment Protection Act
Nov. 18, 2005 Giving Thanks to Those Who Adopt
Nov. 17, 2005 National Adoption Day
Oct. 10, 2005 Johnson Presents Award to 2005 "Angels In Adoption" Family
Sept. 7, 2005 Johnson Announces "Angels In Adoption" Family
July 20, 2005 Johnson Announces Victory Against Hunger Award for Family Resource Center
May 6, 2005 Johnson Recognizes Foster Care Month
March 31, 2004 Personal Responsibility and Individual Development for Everyone Act
Dec. 12, 2003 Letter to Senators Frist, Daschle, Grassley and Baucus
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