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The U.S. Representative for North Carolina's 6th congressional district, serving since 1985.
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ENG: John Howard Coble (born March 18, 1931) is the U.S. Representative for North Carolina's 6th congressional district, serving since 1985. He is a member of the Republican Party. Early life, education, and pre-political career Coble was born in Greensboro, North Carolina. After high school, he initially attended Appalachian State University, but after a year joined the United States Coast Guard, serving for over 5 years and staying on as a reservist for an additional 18 years. Upon discharging from military service, he attended Guilford College, from which he received a history degree. He is a member of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. Coble then moved on to the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and earned a degree in law. After graduating from college, Coble first worked as an ...
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Taxpayer Watchdog Group Names Howard Coble a Taxpayer Hero


On Monday, October 3, 2011, the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CCAGW) released its 2010 Congressional Ratings, highlighting the voting records of all 535 members of Congress. The report named Rep. Howard Coble (R-N.C.) a Taxpayer Hero for the 16th time in his Congressional career due to his 91 percent rating in 2010. CCAGW"s 2010 Congressional Ratings recognized members of Congress who consistently voted in the fiscal interest of taxpayers. This year is the twenty-second year that CCAGW has published its ratings.CCAGW"s 2010 Congressional Ratings scored 46 votes in the House ...


Congressman Howard Coble Talks About His Health, Future


Just one day after his hospital release, Sixth DistrictCongressman Howard Coble spent his afternoon talking to the media to address concerns about his health. "I feel like i'm regaining my strength," said Congressman Coble. The 80-year-old told reporters Wednesday afternoon that he is recovering just fine. Coble was admitted two weeks ago to George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C. for a respiratory infection that caused his sodium to drop to concerning levels. According to Coble, his sodium level is now back to normal. The never shy congressmanalso talked about how his ...


Rep. Howard Coble hospitalized


Rep. Howard Coble (R-N.C.) was hospitalized Tuesday afternoon with a respiratory illness and is expected to miss votes for the rest of the week, his office announced Tuesday.Coble was admitted to the George Washington University Hospital, where doctors told him that his sodium levels were too low and he should plan on staying at the hospital for four to five days, according to a release from his office. Doctors have not identified any other health concerns aside from the low sodium levels, according to the statement.Coble'schief of staff, Ed McDonald, said in a statement that Coble had been ...


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Coble to host Open House in High Point today
(Greensboro)----As the final days in office for U.S. Rep. Howard Coble (R-NC) draw near, he is hosting Open Houses in his district offices for constituents to stop by and say goodbye one last time. There is an Open House at his High Point office today, December 4. The Open House will be from 1:30 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.  The High Point office is located at 1634 North Main Street, Suite 101. Rep. Coble said he will conduct an Open House in his Greensboro office on December 12 from 3:00 pm until 5:00 pm. Congressman Coble has represented the Sixth District since January 1985.  He announced last year that he would not seek a 16th term in office. # # #
Coble applauded at final Judicial Conference
(Washington, D.C.)----In his final appearance before a gathering of high-ranking federal judges from across the country, U.S. Rep. Howard Coble thanked the jurists for an outstanding professional relationship over the last 30 years.  When Congressman Coble finished his remarks before the 2014 Judicial Conference of the United States meeting at the Supreme Court, he was greeted with sustained applause. Seated next to Chief Justice John Roberts in an ornate conference room in the Supreme Court building, Rep. Coble commented on his role as chairman of the House Judiciary subcommittee that has jurisdiction over the federal court system.  Chief Justice Roberts congratulated Congressman Coble for his years of service and his upcoming retirement.  Chief Justice Roberts also noted Rep. Coble’s many years of service in the U.S. Coast Guard.  Chief Justice Roberts told the conference that as an avid sailor, he was appreciative to all of the men and women – including Howa
Coble announces first of last Open Houses
(Greensboro)----As the final days in office for U.S. Rep. Howard Coble (R-NC) draw near, he is announcing today that he will conduct a series of Open Houses in his congressional offices for constituents to stop by and say goodbye one last time.  Congressman Coble said the first of his final Open Houses will be in Rockingham County in a couple of weeks. The first will be on Friday, November 21, at Rep. Coble’s office in Madison.  The Open House will be from 1 p.m. until 2:30 p.m.  The Madison office is located at 107 Midtown Commons. Rockingham County became part of the Sixth District after redistricting in 2012. Congressman Coble has represented the Sixth District since January 1985.  He announced last year that he would not seek a 16th term in office. Rep. Coble said he will conduct Open Houses in his offices in Greensboro and High Point sometime in December with the exact dates and times still to be determined. # # #
Legislation to be named for Coble
(Washington, D.C)----The longtime Coast Guardsman and member of Congress from North Carolina will receive another honor tomorrow when the U.S. House will name its maritime appropriations bill after retiring Congressman Howard Coble (R-NC).  The House on Thursday will vote on the “Howard Coble Coast Guard & Maritime Transportation Act of 2014.” The House is waiving its normal rules against naming a piece of legislation after a sitting member of Congress to honor Rep. Coble’s 30-year career.  He will retire at the end of the year after serving for 15 terms and finish as the longest serving Republican ever from North Carolina. The “Howard Coble Coast Guard & Maritime Transportation Act of 2014” authorizes $8.7 billion in discretionary funding for the U.S. Coast Guard for Fiscal Year 2015.  The bill supports military pay raises for Coast Guard personnel at the same levels as the other armed forces.  It also funds the Federal Maritime Commission for



 
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