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Hard-working cafeteria workers at Mountain View High School on Friday were glad to have a listening ear to their laments about rising healthcare costs and disappointing retirement account statements. U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Lawrenceville, toured the cafeteria and met with cafeteria manager Garry Davis and about 20 members of his staff who daily prepare about 800 breakfasts and 1,200 lunches for Mountain View students
As an uninsured woman with a pre-existing condition, Emma Collins was exactly the kind of person the Affordable Care Act was supposed to help, U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall said. But on Monday, the Elijay woman told lawmakers that the new law, known as Obamacare, has only made things worse for her family during a field hearing of the U.S. House Government Oversight Committee in Gainesville.
Congressmen from as far away as California will be in Georgia Monday, as U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Lawrenceville, hosts a field hearing of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, focused on Obamacare.
With the roll out of the new health care law, Congressman Rob Woodall is hearing from many of his constituents. On Wednesday, he launched a new feature on his website to make it even easier for people to let him know how the law has impacted their lives.
The House voted Wednesday to advance two tort reform bills, including one the House should pass later today that requires more transparency on claims for asbestos injuries.
Last week, Georgians celebrated a congressional victory that will move forward a highly touted project to deepen the Savannah Harbor, a $400 million project expected to not only increase trade but boost jobs in the state.
Lawrenceville U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall announced this week that his FairTax legislation has more support in the House of Representatives than ever. The 73rd co-sponsor signed onto the legislation, which would replace the current income and payroll taxes with a federal sales tax.
The House has passed a stopgap spending bill that would keep the government open through Dec. 15. It passed almost entirely along party lines: In addition to funding the government, it calls for defunding of the Affordable Care Act.
A prominent American once laid out a vision of our nation as “a safe and agreeable place” for “virtuous and persecuted people” from around the world. It wasn’t President Barack Obama or Sen. Chuck Schumer who articulated that vision; it was our first president, George Washington.
WASHINGTON (WXIA) -- With members of Congress returning to Washington on Monday, more of them are beginning to weigh in on their positions regarding a possible strike on Syria.