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When Rob Woodall was first elected to the U.S. Congress, he figured it would be different.
A measure passed by the House on Tuesday would prevent the Congressional Budget Office from assuming annual inflation increases when calculating new budget baselines.
Members of the House Republican Study Committee are offering a conservative alternative to Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget that balances six years earlier by cutting $2.3 trillion more in spending.
Republican Study Committee Chairman Steve Scalise and RSC Budget and Spending Task Force Chairman Rob Woodall today released their FY 2015 budget – Back to Basics.
The Gwinnett-based film “American Made Movie” was released on video-on-demand services this week after a 32-city tour last year. The documentary about the necessity of buying local is now available to more people than ever before, and that, the filmmakers said, is the goal — to raise awareness about the importance of buying American-made products.
House Republicans are throwing Dave Camp under the proverbial bus. Their budget released on Tuesday not only fails to endorse the Ways and Means Committee chairman’s tax reform plan. It goes out of its way to emphasize that Republicans see his proposal, which Camp worked on for three years, as only one of a number of ways to rewrite the Tax Code.
House Republicans next week will call up a slate of bills aimed at reforming the annual budget process, just a week before they plan to pass a formal budget for fiscal year 2015.
Peachtree Ridge art teacher Hope Steele, called a leader and advocate for secondary art teachers, was given the highest award for high school art teachers by the Georgia Art Education Association.
U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall gave an energized PowerPoint presentation Tuesday evening as he discussed national issues with more than 100 supporters at a town hall meeting in Norcross High School.
While many of Georgia’s leaders have taken aims at the FY 2015 budget released by President Obama last week for one item that is missing — funding for the expansion of the port of Savannah — a Gwinnett congressman is unhappy with what is in it.