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A bipartisan duo want to repeal the congressional franking privilege that allows congressional offices to avoid pre-paying for postage on mass mailings.
House Republicans are increasingly confident that they will approve a budget blueprint Wednesday with more robust spending on defense, after several days of working to bridge the gap between fiscal and security hawks.
North Gwinnett High students recently won first and third place in the Seventh Congressional District Art Competition: An Artistic Discovery.
The Georgia State Senate passed a measure that would urge the U.S. Congress to enact the Fair Tax. Senate Resolution 350 by a 37-18 margin. The resolution now moves to the Georgia House of Representatives for consideration.
Georgia’s Seventh District Congressman Rob Woodall was named to the Highways and Aviation subcommittees of the U.S. House Transportation Committee
The new session of Congress opened on Tuesday in a snowy Washington, DC, and in what has become a tradition for the first day of the session, Georgia’s Seventh District Congressman Rob Woodall again introduced H.R. 25, A.K.A. The FairTax.
Two Republican Georgia congressmen have sided with the 24 states suing to block President Barack Obama’s plan for shielding up to 5 million immigrants from deportation.
As his constituents in the 7th Congressional District celebrate Hanukkah and Christmas, Rep. Rob Woodall took the opportunity to share his thoughts about the holidays.