U.S. Representative Rob Woodall will be hosting a town hall meeting tonight, Monday, November 4, 2013, in the auditorium of the Gwinnett County Justice and Administration Center at 7 p.m.
Today, the U.S. House passed the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA), which authorizes the development and maintenance of the nation’s waterway infrastructure, among other critical projects.
Congressman Rob Woodall’s FairTax legislation recently acquired its 73rd co-sponsor, giving H.R. 25 (The FairTax) the most support the bill has had since its original introduction by John Linder in 1999. This is a significant step for the legislation that has been receiving consistent growth in support on Capitol Hill for years.
U.S. Representative Rob Woodall issued the following statement regarding his opposition to the CR/Debt Limit legislation that passed the House.
U.S. Representative Rob Woodall issued the following statement regarding a potential government shutdown.
U.S. Representative Rob Woodall issued the following statement regarding his support for H.J. Res. 59, a bill to continue appropriations for fiscal year 2014, defund and delay Obamacare, and ensure the full faith and credit of the United States.
Representative Rob Woodall released the following statement in response to the Administration’s comments regarding Syria and the use of chemical weapons.
Congressman Rob Woodall is making the most of the opportunity to listen to those whom he represents. His schedule has included town hall meetings, individual meetings with constituents, lunches with civic groups, and tours of local businesses, to mention just a few.
On Friday morning, America welcomed its newest class of U.S. citizens. In a ceremony led by the Honorable Thomas W. Thrash, U.S. District Court Judge, more than 150 new citizens hailing from more than 50 different countries swore allegiance to America and were naturalized. Congressman Rob Woodall gave the keynote address.
On Thursday, the House passed H.R. 1582, the “Energy Consumers Relief Act,” which requires a full accounting of the effects of any major rule proposed by EPA be submitted to Congress and provides a mechanism for the Secretary of Energy to prohibit the promulgation of any rule that would yield a significant adverse effect on the economy.