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ENG: David A. Scott (born June 27, 1946) is the U.S. Representative for Georgia's 13th congressional district, serving since 2003. He is a member of the Democratic Party. Early life and education Scott was born in Aynor, South Carolina and attended high school in Daytona Beach, Florida. He received a bachelor's degree in finance from Florida A&M University, and a masters degree in business from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Scott is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. Georgia Legislature Scott served in the Georgia House of Representatives from 1974 to 1982 and in the Georgia State Senate from 1982 to 2002. Political positions Scott is a staunch advocate of a federal prohibition of online poker. In 2006, he cosponsored H.R. 4777, the Internet ...
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U.S. Congressman contests ex-wife's child support claims


On behalf of The Law Office of David L. Scott posted in Child Support on Friday, October 14, 2011 Disputes can sometimes arise between divorced or separated parents regarding the issue of child support. These disputes can sometimes get quite complicated. How such disputes are ultimately resolved can have major impacts on the parties involved. Recently, an article on the Daily Herald's website reported on a child support dispute that has arisen in Illinois. The dispute involves a man who is a U.S. Congressman and his ex-wife. The man and his ex-wife got married in 1987. In 2002, his ...


Scott says jobs bill will save jobs of teachers, police...


Even before President Barack Obama officially submitted his jobs bill to Congress, U.S. Rep. David Scott took to the airwaves to sing its praises.Obama’s $447 billion bid to push the economy out of the doldrums is just the thing for the middle class and poor, Scott said Sept. 9 in an interview for local National Public Radio affiliate WABE-FM (90.1). It would help the employed, the unemployed and small business to boot.The bill would even spare the nation’s most beloved public servants from joblessness, Scott said."This is targeted so that no longer will states have to lay off ...


Congressman Scott readying for annual health fair


U.S. Congressman David Scott's (D-Ga.) annual community health fair is coming up this weekend. During the health fair, medical professionals will provide free heath screenings to residents, in an effort to promote healthy lifestyles. This marks the seventh year that the congressman's office has offered a health fair. "We do a lot of this to help our constituents," Scott told a group of soon-to-be college students in Smyrna earlier this week. "Health care is so important, and every year, we offer free exams [to the community]." This year's health fair will take place Saturday, from 10 a.m., ...


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House Committee to Hold Hearing on Scott Legislation to Provide $19 Million for 1890s Land-Grant University Student Scholarships
Today Congressman David Scott (GA-13) and Thurgood Marshall College Fund President & CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. issued the following statements upon the announcement of the House Committee on Agriculture hearing on Scott’s bipartisan bill H.R. 6020, the Funding for Student Scholarships for the 1890 Land-Grant African-American Colleges and Universities Act.  “There is a tremendous need to increase the number of young African-Americans seeking careers in agriculture,” said Congressman Scott. “And there is a tremendous crisis in this country given the average age of farmers in the United States is 60 years of age and continues to rise. H.R. 6020 will expand the permitted uses of federal funds awarded to 1890s-universities from research, education and extension to also include scholarship grants.  This bill will award $1 million in grant funding to each of the 19 public land-grant universities for scholarships to help African-American students who commit to p
Land-grant HBCUs Seeking Aid from Congress
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, December 4, 2016 Land-grant HBCUs Seeking Aid from Congress --- by Reginald Stuart The nation’s 19 historically Black land-grant colleges (the so-called 1890 HBCUs), are expected this week to have a Congressional hearing on a plan to specifically strengthen the institutions’ financial abilities to provide formal education to minorities and others pursuing studies in the agricultural sciences. The full House Committee, chaired by Rep. Mike Conaway, R-Texas, plans to hear Wednesday morning from two panels — one of lawmakers and one of university presidents — about a House resolution (6020) that would provide each of the 19 institutions $1 million a year for five years to fund scholarships for students planning to pursue careers in the field of agriculture. The scholarship funds proposal by Rep. David Scott, D-Ga., represent what Scott notes is a “drop in the bucket” from the billions spent annually by the federal government to help
Clayton News Daily: Jonesboro honors veterans
By Joe Adgie Updated Nov 11, 2016 JONESBORO — America’s veterans were honored Friday at a moving Veteran’s Day ceremony at Lee Street Park. The event, which featured U.S. Rep. David Scott as a guest speaker, honored living veterans of every conflict since World War II and every branch of the military. Joy Day, Jonesboro mayor, said the event was about valuing those that have served in the Armed Forces. “Today is about those who have served the cause of freedom, our beloved veterans,” Day said. “Veterans love their country. They believe in a cause. They know first-hand that the world is a better place because of the power, influence and value of the United States of America.” A veteran of World War II was present and was pointed out in the crowd by Scott, who discussed the bravery of that generation, a generation referred to by some as the “Greatest Generation.” “We owe so much, but not just us,” Scott said. “Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve had wars upon w
American Banker: Trump Raises Stakes for Atlanta Fed Pres Search
By John Heltman November 23, 2016 WASHINGTON – The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's ongoing search for a president has taken on a new urgency for those pushing for a person of color to be nominated for the job amid fears that President-elect Donald Trump's selections for the Fed board will not have minorities' interests at heart. The Fed Up campaign – whose goal is to reverse what it sees as the central bank's unfair lack of consideration of the disproportionately high rates of unemployment among minorities – says its effort has become even more important considering Trump's other pending appointments. The president-elect will have to fill at least two vacancies on the Fed's Board of Governors, whose members sit on the monetary policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee. "With Trump and the Republican Senate potentially filling two vacancies on the Board of Governors … we'll need the regional reserve banks to be aware of those dynamics," said Jordan Haedtler, depu



 
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