Jason Lewis

Jason Lewis

Jason Lewis is an American actor and former fashion model. He appeared on the May 2008 cover of Men's Fitness.
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Biography
Jason Lewis's personal information overview.
Birthday
25 June 1971
Occupations
Actor, Model
News
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Rep. Jason Lewis hits back after protests reach his doorstep
Fox News - 7 months
Republican calls for an end to rhetoric
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Rep. Jason Lewis dispels 'myths' about GOP health care bill
Fox News - 9 months
Minnesota congressman speaks out
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Jason Lewis on ObamaCare: Doing nothing was never an option
Fox News - 10 months
rep. Jason Lewis
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Bipartisan road trip for two Minnesota congressmen, following flight cancellations
NPR - 11 months
Republican Jason Lewis and Democrat Rick Nolan flew together to Madison, Wis., and then hitched a ride back to Minnesota with Nolan's granddaughter.
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Minnesota Republican Rep. Jason Lewis Talks About His First Week On The Job
NPR - about 1 year
Jason Lewis was a conservative radio host in Minnesota and was recently elected to represent his state in the U.S. House of Representatives. He talks about his legislative priorities.
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Lewis, Craig clash on health care, prior careers and Trump
NPR - over 1 year
Republican Jason Lewis and Democrat Angie Craig mixed it up repeatedly Thursday in a debate hosted by MPR News. They're running to replace retiring Rep. John Kline in Minnesota's 2nd Congressional District.
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Jason Lewis' radio career under microscope in race for Minnesota seat
NPR - over 1 year
Operatives don't need to dig up dirt on House hopeful Jason Lewis. Snippets from the once-nationally syndicated conservative talk show host are shaping the Republican's race.
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National media discover candidate Jason Lewis
NPR - over 1 year
Just a day or so after Jason Lewis won a crucial GOP primary in Minnesota's 2nd Congressional District, left-leaning national media are showing a deeper interest in the past comments and writings of the former conservative radio talk show host.
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All the jobs I can find are for 3 or 6 months
CNN - over 1 year
The best job advice Jason Lewis ever got was from an older colleague who told him: "Invest in a trailer."
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Polls: Americans unhappy with state of government, economy
Fox News - about 4 years
Reaction from Jason Lewis, Alan Colmes
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Reputation is Everything (Sunday at 10PM ET on FNC)
Fox Business News - about 4 years
REPUTATION VS. REGULATION: Libertarian radio host Jason Lewis and Liberal radio host Alan Colmes debate whether reputation or regulations better protect consumers. I'll trust reputation over government any day. THE FUTURE OF TRUST: The Web provides new ways for businesses and individuals to make decisions based on reputation. Xin Chung of TrustCloud says his website collects data you've generated online, including: LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook, giving everyone a "trust score," and making online reputations portable. DINNER PARTIES: Guy Michlin, founder of the website EatWith, says his website's ratings and reviews for cooks and guests let both sides feel safe. EatWith, like Lyft, Uber, Side Car, Roomorama and AirBnb, is part of the wonderful new "shared" economy. TECH & EDUCATION: K-12 education is a government monopoly where every teacher is paid the same. Glenn Reynolds, author of "The New School," says the Internet will revolutionize K-12 education and pop ...
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Tea Partyer Unveils Confederate Flag At School Board Meeting
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Springboro, Ohio, school district community members are upset after a local tea partyer unfurled a Confederate flag at a school board meeting Thursday night. Sonny Thomas, who is the president and founder of Springboro Tea Party, according to this website, was at the meeting to speak about summer Constitution classes that the district had been considering offering. The school board cancelled the classes, however, amid allegations that they had religious undertones and were "tea party leaning," reports local outlet WHIO-TV. Thomas, who has previously come under fire for racist tweets, gave a speech meant to defend the Constitution classes. According to sources, however, he also made racist comments and endorsed the League of the South, which advocates for an independent Southern republic. At the end of his speech he unfurled a Confederate flag and asked the audience if they were offended. William Cunningham, a community member who attended the meeting, wrote about the...
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Local Father Remembered as “Good Guy”
NYTimes - about 5 years
Jason Lewis was memorialized as a good guy trying to do a good thing after he was shot dead the morning of Jan. 6, while trying to resolve a dispute.
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Drunk man celebrating his birthday busted after fatally shooting 34-year-old man inside Brooklyn diner (NY Daily News)
Memeorandum - about 5 years
NY Daily News: Drunk man celebrating his birthday busted after fatally shooting 34-year-old man inside Brooklyn diner  —  The inebriated customer grabbed a woman who had been standing next to patron Jason Lewis at the counter of the Country House Diner in Clinton Hill.  —  Police responded to a shooting at the Country House Diner.
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Effort to Tax Sodas Dies in the Legislature
Brookline Patch - over 5 years
Soda won't be taxed in Massachusetts any time soon. Although most Massachusetts voters want to see soda taxed, the effort did not have adequate support in the Legislature, which is wary of imposing any new taxes on state's residents.  Representative Kay Khan (D-Newton) had proposed to lift the tax exemption on several beverages including sodas, juice drinks with less of 50 percent natural juice, and bottled coffee and tea drinks. The amendment was one of 275 attached to the 188-page health care reform bill, designed to cut $160 million in spending over the next 15 years. The amendment was backed by Reps. Jason Lewis (D-Winchester) and Carl Sciortino (D-Medford).  Khan had argued that soda is not food and should be exempt from the state's 6.5 percent sales tax. Furthermore, revenue generated from a tax on soda could go into the Prevention and Wellness Trust Fund.  A local business group, the Alliance for Business Leadership, backed the proposal and estimated that the new...
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Clark Recognized by MSPCA at the State House
Lynnfield Patch - almost 6 years
The following is an announcement from the office of State Senator Katherine Clark: Senator Katherine Clark (D-Melrose) was recognized by the MSPCA for “advocating for animals and her sponsorship of humane legislation” today as part of the Humane Lobby Day 2012 at the State House. “I am delighted to receive this recognition,” said Senator Clark. “I am proud to partner with MSPCA to advocate for the humane treatment of animals.” Senator Clark addressed over seventy-five representatives from the MSPCA, HSUS, ASPCA, Animal Rescue League of Boston, Mass. Animal Coalition, the Animal Control Officers Association, and animal protection organizations about her advocacy for animal rights at the State House on Thursday.  At the well-attended gathering, Senator Clark cited her sponsorship of Senate Bill 682, ‘An Act Relative to Domestic Violence and Animals’. The bill addresses the high correlation between domestic abuse and animal abuse and seeks to provide judges with the authorit...
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Rep. Lewis Secures Additional Funding for Stone Zoo
Stoneham Patch - almost 6 years
During this week’s Fiscal Year 2013 budget debate, the House of Representatives adopted an amendment sponsored by State Representative Jason Lewis that added $250,000 to the appropriation for Zoo New England, bringing the total amount included in the budget to $3.75 million.  Zoo New England includes the Stone Zoo in Stoneham and the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston. “Stone Zoo brings tremendous recreational, educational, and economic benefits to Stoneham and the surrounding communities,” said Rep. Lewis.  “With this strong financial commitment from the state along with Zoo New England’s earned revenue and private fundraising, I look forward to seeing the Stone Zoo continue to thrive in the years ahead.” Zoo New England has made great progress in the last couple of years.  In 2010, Rep. Lewis led the effort in the state legislature to pass legislation that has enabled ZNE to expand its Board of Directors, increase its private fundraising capacity, and pursue sponsorship and naming r...
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Ocean City High School Announces Honor Roll
Ocean City Patch - almost 6 years
Ocean City High School has published its honor roll for the second marking period. Students receiving "Distinguished Honors" have earned a grade-point average of 3.8 or above (on a scale of four). Students receiving "Honors" have earned a 3.3 to 3.799   Ocean City High School Third Marking Period Honor Roll 2011-2012 9thGrade Distinguished Honors Zachary Altieri Amber Angelucci Matthew Aromando William Bailey Ryan Beebe Justin Booth Karissa Bourbeau Lauren Bowersock Emily Breed Noel Butler Edward Carter Madeline Crowell Michael Daddi Allison Daly Ashley Edgell Joseph Ferrilli Benjamin Fischer Antonio Gentilini Kevin Gill BriarRose Ginn Catherine Gleason Madison Goucher Emily Grant Madeline Greaser Raquel Gresham Mercy Griffith Epiphany Grisbaum Zachary Hackett Brandon Hadtke Kelly Hanna Dillon Haskins Alec Helm Malia Hindle Benjamin Jargowsky Austen Johnson Kira Ke...
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Restoring Democracy to the People
Stoneham Patch - almost 6 years
Almost since the founding of our democracy we have struggled with how to limit the influence of money in politics.  We have long understood that money has the potential to corrupt our government, but that we must also respect the First Amendment right to free speech (which has been defined to mean that money equals speech).  One longstanding principle, however, is that corporations and other legal entities like unions do not have the same free speech rights as individuals. In January, 2010, the Supreme Court ruled in Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission in a 5-4 decision that corporations should have the same First Amendment free speech rights as individuals.  This momentous decision overturned a century of jurisprudence which supported Congressional and state legislative authority to restrict corporate political spending.  Citizens United has been strongly denounced by many people, including leaders of both the Republican and Democratic parties.  In his State of the Un...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jason Lewis
    THIRTIES
  • 2011
    Age 39
    Lewis appeared in the How I Met Your Mother episode "The Wedding Bride" as a star in a fictional film within the show. He starred in the 2011 Canadian film Textuality.
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  • 2008
    Age 36
    Lewis is a supporter of the LGBT community. On May 10, 2008, he attended the 19th GLAAD Media Awards, a ceremony that celebrates gay-friendly actors and actresses as well as media outlets.
    He reprised the role in 2008's Sex and the City: The Movie and its 2010 sequel.
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    He appeared on the May 2008 cover of Men's Fitness.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Born
    Born on June 25, 1971.
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