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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.”
Sometimes you just have to agree to disagree. If there was a consensus reached at Wednesday night’s town hall meeting between Rep. Rob Woodall and representatives of the Latino community, that was it.
Rep. Rob Woodall and his colleagues in the House took what the congressman described as a “quality step forward towards resolving the crisis on our southern border” last week by passing a bill which, among other things, provides money for governors and the National Guard to address border security.
Members of Congress face a deadline next Thursday — 90 days before the election — to put constituent newsletters in the mail. Carefully timing the mailings is just one fillip in the fine art of congressional communications, especially those that might suggest campaign messages.
The House Rules Committee on Thursday approved a resolution that would authorize Speaker John Boehner's (R-Ohio) lawsuit against President Obama over his use of executive power.
House Republicans unveiled a plan Wednesday to respond to the border crisis, leaving just six working days to hash out a deal with the Senate before the August recess.
Last week, members of the House Rules Committee, of which Rep. Rob Woodall (GA-7) is a member, held a hearing regarding the Constitution’s balance of power.
A couple of dominoes had to fall, but the U.S. House leadership shake-up did allow one Georgian to emerge with new prominence: U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall.