Sen. Johnson to make first public appearance
Sen. Tim Johnson (D-South Dakota) will return to South Dakota this month and make his first public appearance since suffering a brain hemorrhage last December.

Johnson has spent the past several months recovering. He has worked out of his home but has not made any public appearances.

Johnson is a member of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee.

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Sen. Johnson coming home (The Sioux Falls Argus Leader 8/8)
Johnson will return to South Dakota eight months after hemorrhage (AP 8/8)
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Relevant Links:
Sen. Tim Johnson - http://johnson.senate.gov

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