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Georgia’s Seventh District Congressman Rob Woodall was named to the Highways and Aviation subcommittees of the U.S. House Transportation Committee
The new session of Congress opened on Tuesday in a snowy Washington, DC, and in what has become a tradition for the first day of the session, Georgia’s Seventh District Congressman Rob Woodall again introduced H.R. 25, A.K.A. The FairTax.
Two Republican Georgia congressmen have sided with the 24 states suing to block President Barack Obama’s plan for shielding up to 5 million immigrants from deportation.
As his constituents in the 7th Congressional District celebrate Hanukkah and Christmas, Rep. Rob Woodall took the opportunity to share his thoughts about the holidays.
While some people might find the bipartisan bickering in Congress discouraging, Rep. Rob Woodall is optimistic about the situation in the nation’s capital.
On Thursday, the House of Representatives passed the controversial omnibus and continuing resolution package dubbed “CRomnibus” by a vote of 219-206.
Next month, Gwinnett Republican Rob Woodall will become the first Georgian in some time to join the 61-member House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
Congress forwarded a bill to President Obama this week that would eliminate 53 outdated, little-used and redundant reports that federal employees spend massive amounts of time to each year to complete.