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Congress forwarded a bill to President Obama this week that would eliminate 53 outdated, little-used and redundant reports that federal employees spend massive amounts of time to each year to complete.
Lawmakers assembling this week for the first time since the GOP’s decisive midterm-election wins face their latest, looming budget challenge: keeping the government running after its funding expires in mid-December.
During a recent tour of Hunter Technology in Lawrenceville and Viscom in Duluth, Rep. Rob Woodall (R-Ga.) emphasized the importance of manufacturing in the Seventh District.
The two candidates for the 7th Congressional District may come from different points on the political spectrum, but both share an unmistakable passion for their country and the district. That passion is evidenced by the candidates’ choice of descriptors.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Administration at Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnett had two reasons for meeting with U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall on Tuesday.
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.