From Hank Johnson <[email protected]>
Subject this is about people
Date September 18, 2021 2:17 PM
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Public transportation has the potential to change people’s lives,
particularly folks who have been left behind. That’s why I
introduced the Public Transportation Expansion Act, a bill that
would build public transportation serving affordable housing and
low-income communities.

Not only would it connect affordable housing with
transit networks in order to serve riders and commuters in
low-income communities, but it would boost an eco-friendly
alternative to driving. I’m also pushing hard for the bill’s
inclusion in the ongoing reconciliation negotiations.

These negotiations are tense and there’s a lot on
the chopping block. Will you donate today so I can continue
fighting hard for public transportation funding in the final
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I’m not in this alone. My fellow Georgians Sens.
Ossoff and Warnock are leading the way in the Senate by
introducing the companion bill. We all know that this is more
than just about trains and buses, it’s an investment in people.

Public transportation increases access to job
opportunities, nutritious food options, and health care. We’ve
seen the lack of transit options in Georgia, and we’re doing
something about it to benefit all Americans.

Will you support our work to boost funding for
public transportation by donating to our cause today? With your
support, we can make it happen.
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Thank you,


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Congressman Hank Johnson is a former defense
attorney, DeKalb County commissioner, small business owner, and
magistrate judge who now serves in Congress as a champion for the
middle class.

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Hank Johnson for Congress
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