A new year is upon us, and we all know just how much promise 2017 holds. I am proud to tell you that your Congress isn’t wasting any time getting started. The U.S. Constitution allows the new Congress to begin moving legislation as early January 3rd, so we are convening today and beginning to move bills forward.
The House wrapped-up its work for the year last week, and the great news is that we moved to the President’s desk a number of critically important pieces of legislation that will help our nation’s military men and women, repair our water infrastructure, and find cures for cancer and other deadly diseases, to name a few.
In The News
U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Ga., helped the Job Creators Network talk about government regulation, taxation and credit access this past week during a small business forum at the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce.
The five-year transportation bill signed into law in December by President Barack Obama after getting bipartisan support in Congress is notable for being the first transportation bill enacted since the 1990s, Georgia Republican Rep. Rob Woodall told a small group gathered Wednesday at the Athens Area Chamber of Commerce for a transportation forum.
VALDOSTA — U.S. Congressman Rob Woodall visited Valdosta on Tuesday to discuss transportation issues with local leaders and transportation experts.
Forsyth County students interested in attending any of the U.S. Service Academies are running out of time for a nomination from their congressman.
Tax reform may not be everyone’s passion, but it’s one of those issues that seems to always be at the forefront of our national conversation — certainly in a presidential election year.