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The office of U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Ga., had one message for the public this past week: Members of the U.S. House of Representatives are working with local leaders to address the opioid crisis in America.
The federal government is pledging significant funding for the addition of new express lanes on Ga. 400.
Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Ga., recently visited woodworking machinery maker SCM’s facility in Duluth, Ga.
Security cameras will be allowed on private docks at Lake Lanier, the Army Corps of Engineers announced Friday.
Anyone who owns one of the more than 10,500 permitted docks on Lake Lanier can now put security cameras on them for the first time since 2004.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Friday they removed cameras from the list of items prohibited on “permitted private floating facilities” at the lake, effective immediately.
The big things take time. They always do. We all prefer immediate results that align exactly with our own notion of what’s best, but such scenarios rarely exist — if at all — and certainly not when building consensus in a place like Washington, D.C.
Local congressmen praised Georgia Department of Transportation officials for their work to quickly rebuild and re-open Interstate 85 in Atlanta after a tour of the construction site on Friday.
Tax Day is fast approaching and tax reform conversations are once again front and center in households across the country. Millions of Americans busily sort through the excessively complex, often punitive tax code while thinking there must be a better way — and there is.