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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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Scott Floor Remarks Opposing Republican Bill H.R. 3823 that Fails to Treat Americans in Texas, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands the Way They Deserve
Today Congressman David Scott (GA-13) delivered the following remarks on the House Floor in strong opposition to H.R. 3823, a Republican measure that began as a bill to reauthorize the FAA but evolved to include cherry-picked,  insufficient flood insurance reform. Click here to watch video of Congressman Scott’s remarks. Mr. Speaker, let me start off by letting the America people know fully why we Democrats on this side of the aisle are opposed to this bill. Nobody has worked as hard as Democrats on this bill, Mr. Speaker, but the reason we object to it is that the flood insurance part of this bill was a result of cherry-picking items that they wanted. The American people deserve better than that. Then they attach it to an FAA bill with a 6-month extension. That is no way to treat the issues that we have today. All you have got to do is click on the television and look at what is happening to American citizens in Puerto Rico, Florida, Texas. And you are going to put s
Congressman David Scott Announces Availability of 2017-18 Military Academy Congressional Nomination Applications
Today Congressman David Scott (GA-13) announced the availability of applications for students interested in receiving a congressional nomination for admission to the U.S. Air Force, Merchant Marine, Military or Naval Academy. “Having the privilege to nominate Thirteenth District students to attend the U.S. Military Academies is one of my most important and rewarding responsibilities,” said Congressman Scott. “Each year I am more and more inspired by the talent and high character of the students who have received nominations from my office.  They truly represent the best and the brightest of our community.  And I strongly encourage any young person who wants to become a leader and serve our country to consider attending one of the U.S. military academies.  Each academy provides a top-tier education valued at more than $400,000, truly rare experiences, and rewarding careers in military service. ” Interested students should complete a Congressional Nomination Ap
Congressman David Scott Leads Atlanta Area Members of Congress in Bipartisan Letter to Amazon CEO
Today Congressman David Scott (GA-13), joined by members of the Atlanta Congressional Delegation Reps. Rob Woodall (GA-7), Hank Johnson (GA-4) and Karen Handel (GA-6), urged Amazon to select the Atlanta-metro area as its location for their company’s new headquarters. Led by Congressman Scott, the Atlanta Congressional Delegation authored a bipartisan letter that emphasizes all of the qualifying factors that would make the Atlanta-region a perfect candidate for Amazon’s new headquarters, including its business-friendly environment, highly-educated and diverse workforce, easy access to a major international airport, and highways, a commitment to infrastructure spending, and a superb overall quality of life.  Also, in the letter, the Atlanta Congressional delegation emphasize their proven record of working in a bipartisan manner to help grow Georgia’s economy and stand ready to help Governor Nathan Deal and his office’s effort to bring this new headquarters to our region.
Scott Remarks During Hearing Examining Massive Equifax Data Breach
Today Congressman David Scott (GA-13) delivered the following remarks during the full House Financial Services Committee Hearing  to examine the Equifax Data Breach.   Click here to watch video of Congressman Scott’s remarks.   Thank you very much Mr. Chairman. First of all, I want to make a couple of points very clear. I represent the great state of Georgia and love Georgia very much. When this first came to me, when my staff first reported it, I immediately wanted to do all I could to make sure that we would be able to make sure that after this Equifax would be standing tall, that they would be clean. That is my objective as the Congressman from Georgia, because as you said, you represent a legacy of our great state. You are a 128 year old company and you employ 20,000-30,000 people, many of whom are my constituents and many of whom work and toil at your company.  And they are great people doing a great job. It is very important for the American people



 
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