Eddie Bernice Johnson
Democratic U.S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson says the new Texas redistricting plan intentionally discriminates against minorities.
While the U.S. Congress struggles over what to do with the pending debt ceiling deadline, local congressional representatives are getting an earful from constituents. A common theme they are hearing is “do something.”
Despite apologizing for misallocating $31,000 from a scholarship fund, Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson was given SMU’s highest alumni honor earlier this month in a private ceremony in Washington D.C.
A DFW International Airport vice-president quit Thursday morning amid an investigation into a college scholarship his daughter received from Dallas Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson.
In the midst of many Republican gains, the Associated Press announced that Democrat Eddie Bernice Johnson had defeated her challenger for District 30 U.S. Representative despite a nationally publicized scholarship scandal.
The 30th Congressional District race between Democrat incumbent Eddie Bernice Johnson and Republican challenger Stephen Broden has faced political theatrics that caught national attention.
An embarrassing ethics scandal involving Dallas Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson has taken a new turn involving the head of minority contracting at DFW International Airport.
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport officials are investigating whether a family member of one of its vice presidents received a scholarship from Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson, D-Dallas, which could be a violation of its rules.
In an interview on KRLD’s Midday News with Scott Braddock and Mitch Carr, US Trade Representative and former Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk said Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson made a “horrible decision” when she directed scholarship […]
Dallas Democrat Eddie Bernice Johnson will not be named one of SMU’s distinguished alumni next month after all.
Here’s what you missed Tuesday on the Jay Mcfarland show.
The Dallas Morning News reports in its Saturday edition that her relatives weren’t the only ineligible recipients Dallas Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson chose for scholarships paid for by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation.