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WASHINGTON - Nearly two decades after House Speaker Newt Gingrich terminated bank accounts for congressional caucuses and ordered them to vacate their Capitol Hill offices, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is aiming to amend House rules governing the member organizations.
On Wednesday, Oct. 1, the National Association of Manufacturers named U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall as a recipient of the Manufacturing Legislative Excellence Award. The award is presented to members of Congress who show commitment to policies favorable to U.S. manufacturers. Woodall received a perfect score on the votes tracked by the organization.
According to Rep. Rob Woodall, the recent Congressional vote to support a military campaign against ISIS did virtually nothing to change American posture in that part of the Middle East. The vision presented by President Obama simply publicized existing policy.
U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall (GA-7) was recently honored by the National Federation of Independent Business for his voting record on behalf of small business owners.
Calling for a more "humble" foreign policy, Rep. Raúl Labrador (R-Id.) – a leader among the more conservative wing of the House GOP -- called Thursday for the GOP to be cautious and deliberate before authorizing any further use of force by President Obama in dealing with the Islamic State.
The three lawmakers present at Wednesday's The Hill forum agree on at least one thing: that credit unions are an integral part of the country's financial services landscape. Reps. Denny Heck (D-Wash.), Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) and Rob Woodall (R-Ga.) spoke at the forum, which was sponsored by the Credit Union National Association.
Republicans are beginning to focus on what they could accomplish through budget reconciliation next year if the GOP takes control of the Senate.
Immigration has been a hot topic for constituents in Rep. Rob Woodall’s 7th Congressional District.
Despite the worsening crisis in the Middle East and a lack of legislative progress in Washington, immigration remains the chief topic of concern for many in the 7th Congressional District.
U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall opened his remarks at the August meeting of the Cumming Vietnam Veterans group by acknowledging that the current atmosphere in the nation’s capital means that it’s “hard to make things happen in Washington.”