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Tuesday, May 29, 2007
New pictures document Sen. Johnson's recovery
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Sen. Tim Johnson, D-South Dakota, posted new pictures on his website Tuesday showing him working from home while recovering from a debilitating brain hemorrhage he suffered in December.

The pictures show Johnson meeting with his Chief of Staff, Drey Samuelson, in a makeshift office set up at his northern Virginia home. He is in therapy five days a week for several hours each day working on physical, speech and occupational therapy, his communications director Julianne Fischer said.

Fischer said the senator has been working several days a week at home and that he has been "working hard in therapy and making significant progress."

--CNN Associate Producer Lauren Kornreich
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