I want to draw everyone’s attention to an issue that is becoming more and more prevalent around the country: IRS telephone scams. I’ve heard from a few of you recently about this issue, and I want to highlight it for everyone else so that you’re all prepared if contacted by a scammer.
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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.
U.S. Sen. David Perdue and Rep. Rob Woodall, both R-Ga., have renewed calls to go after terrorist groups, including ISIS, in the wake of last week’s terrorist attack in Nice, France.
U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Ga., told constituents on Tuesday that he hopes the Water Resources and Development Act of 2016 passed by the House Transportation Committee last week will lead to better governance of water ways and infrastructure.
CUMMING, Ga. —Congressman Rob Woodall, whose district includes much of south Forsyth County, spoke to members of the Cumming Chapter of the Vietnam Veterans of America at their May monthly meeting.
The Republican 7th District Representative delivered a PowerPoint presentation outlining federal spending on VA hospitals and other programs and services for military veterans.
SOUTH FORSYTH — Two Forsyth County high school students were among the 12 that District 7 U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall nominated — and who were subsequently accepted — to one of the nation’s four military academies that require a nomination.
Kyle Vargas and Connor Mannion, both seniors at Lambert, will attend the U.S. Naval Academy.
Georgia Department of Transportation Commissioner Russell McMurry gave members of the Gwinnett Chamber fair warning on Wednesday: Orange construction barrels and cones are coming to Interstate 85 this summer.
WASHINGTON, May 2 (Reuters) - It's a U.S. taxpayer's dream: make the Internal Revenue Service go away, and the largest conservative group in Congress is endorsing just that.
The Republican Study Committee, which counts over two-thirds of House of Representatives Republicans as its members, called recently for "the complete elimination of the IRS."