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Congresswoman Nancy L. Johnson
An Independent Voice for Connecticut's Fifth District


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5th District Photo Album
Nancy receives Medicare Leadership Award from Southbury resident Jack Ring (r)  for her work to add prescription drug benefits to Medicare.
Nancy presents flags to New Britain veterans to replace worn ones flown over city war memorials. Naval Reserve Petty Officer Second Class Mark Krob (l) brought the issue to the city's attention in a letter to the editor.
 
Nancy receives the Manufacturing Alliance of Connecticut's "Legislator of the Year" Award from Executive Director Frank Johnson
  Nancy shares a laugh with Steve Mellins while discussing Medicare in New Britain
 
Nancy meets with UConn basketball stars Maria Conlin and Emeka Okafor at the White House to celebrate their historic NCAA National Championships
 

Nancy and Senator Chris Dodd announce their bill to close loopholes in the H-1B visa program at a press conference in August.

 

Nancy presents a flag to Madeline Trotman and her children in Waterbury. This flag, which flew over the U.S. Capitol, replaces the flag that honored the late Milford Trotman, which was destroyed in a fire.

 

Nancy welcomes former First Lady Barbara Bush to New Britain for the congresswoman's "Read to Succeed" tour in September.

 

Connecticut's Top Cops back Nancy's bill to protect kids from online sex predators at a press conference in April.

 

Roxbury First Selectwoman Barbara Henry (r), Brookfield First Selectman Martin Foncello (c) and Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton join Nancy at the opening of her Danbury district office.

 

Nancy and Waterbury Mayor Michael Jarjura discuss the city's future at the mayor's office.

 

Nancy speaks with a New York City Police Officer near Ground Zero.

 

Nancy discusses arts funding with actresses Marlee Matlin and Hallie Kate Eisenberg, seated to Nancy's left.

 

Nancy speaks with a New Britain veteran at an event to honor Polish veterans.

 

Nancy testifies before the Small Business Committee on the urgent need to protect American workers.

 

Nancy and Olympic Gold Medal swimmer Donna DeVarona discuss the importance of Title IX to women's athletic programs.

 

Tanya Sadlowski, Congressional Essay Contest Winner, and her family join Nancy in Washington.

 

Nancy and Congressman John Larson announce a $500,000 Capital region job-training and placement grant at the Spanish Center in New Britain.