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The U.S. Representative for Alabama's 2nd congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Martha Dubina Roby (born July 26, 1976) is the U.S. Representative for Alabama's 2nd congressional district. She is a member of the Republican Party. She narrowly defeated incumbent Representative Bobby Bright on November 2 during the United States House of Representatives elections in Alabama, 2010 and assumed office in January 2011. Roby was born in Montgomery, Alabama and attended New York University, where she received a bachelor of music degree. She then entered the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, receiving her J.D. in 2001. She is the daughter of Judge Joel F. Dubina, Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Before entering politics, she worked at the law firm of Copeland, Franco and served on the ...
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Roby votes against compromise


U.S. Rep. Martha Roby (R-Montgomery) voted against the debt ceiling compromise bill Monday night. The measure passed the House 269-161 in a roll call vote. “I was unable to support this legislation because, after a careful reading of the bill, I fear it could ultimately result in devastating and unjustified cuts to our national security,” Roby said in a prepared statement released by her office. “This bill, unlike previous proposals I supported, has a weak firewall against potentially destructive defense cuts. To be sure, there are savings to be found in the ...


Roby announces support for Speaker Boehner's debt plan


All eyes in Washington have been on the renegade Republican freshmen and whether they would back or buck their leader in the crisis negotiations to raise the debt ceiling. On Thursday morning, U.S. Rep. Martha Roby firmly placed herself in the category of backing House Speaker John Boehner's proposal to cut spending in exchange for raising the nation's debt limit, and avoiding a financial calamity. Roby, R-Montgomery, led a gang of more than 25 freshmen in a crowded press conference outside the U.S. Capitol to say that Boehner's plan, while not perfect, is better than nothing. "Some people ...


GOP's Martha Roby wants more domestic energy


Weekly remarks by President Obama, as provided by the White House Recently, there have been signs that the economy is picking up steam. Last month, we saw the strongest job growth in five years, and have added more than three-quarters of a million private sector jobs in just three months. But there are still too many Americans who are either looking for work, or struggling to pay the bills and make the mortgage. Paychecks aren’t getting any bigger, but the cost of everything from groceries to college tuition keeps on rising. Without a doubt, one of the biggest burdens over the last few ...


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House Passes FY 2017 Appropriations Bill
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States House of Representatives today passed the Fiscal Year 2017 Appropriations bill. U.S. Representative Martha Roby (R-Ala.) applauded the bill’s passage, highlighting critical funding for the military at both a national and local level. Roby, a member of the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, said she looks forward to working with the Trump Administration and Republicans in Congress to fully fund the military after several years of disagreement with the Obama Administration over funding levels. “Providing for the common defense is one of Congress’ most fundamental Constitutional duties,” Roby said. “Last week I appreciated the message that President Trump delivered in his Joint Session Address. I was particularly encouraged by his call to properly fund our military… for the last several years we have been in constant tension with an administration whose sequestration policy threatened to hollow out our military.” Roby, who represents
Roby Announces Torrie Miller Matous as Chief of Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Representative Martha Roby (R-Ala.) today announced she has selected Torrie Miller Matous to serve as her Chief of Staff. Matous will serve as Roby’s top adviser, leading a team of 15 staff members working from offices in Washington, D.C., Montgomery, Dothan, and Andalusia. Matous comes from the office of Senator Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) where she has served as Communications Director for his personal office and the committees he has chaired since 2014.  Prior to joining Senator Shelby’s office, Matous worked in several capacities for Representative Pete Sessions (R-Tex.) and the House Committee on Rules starting in 2009. She will officially begin in Roby’s office on Monday, March 13th.  “I’m thrilled to announce that Torrie Miller Matous is coming on board as my new Chief of Staff,” Roby said. “Torrie is an exceptional leader with the right skill set to manage my office and all our various efforts. “It is an exciting time for our office. With
Communities Make Progress on Career Tech
With February being National Career and Technical Education Month, last week I visited two emerging career tech programs in different corners of Alabama’s 2nd District. Career tech programs help prepare students for a smooth transition from the classroom to the workplace, empower young men and women from all backgrounds to find good jobs, and support local economies throughout Alabama - all at the same time. Alabama is home to a solid network of community colleges, industries and facility partnerships that help provide skills training to prepare our students for in-demand jobs. At Tallassee High School, in northeast Elmore County, administrators are making big strides to build a program that serves the growing needs of local students. Keith McNaughton, Career Tech Director for Tallassee City Schools, took me on a tour of their growing facilities. They’ve recently acquired a storefront near the stadium where students will soon be able to take dual-enrollment classes to earn colleg
Renewed Optimism After Presidential Address
Last week millions of Americans tuned in to watch President Donald Trump address a joint session of Congress. It was a seminal moment for a new President and a new Congress, and one I think our country really needed. In this bitterly divided political environment, I believe Americans needed to see President Trump address Congress and understand that their government is working together. I also believe we needed to hear the president speak directly, without the filter of the news cycle, and lay out his plan for working with Congress to move the country ahead.   Fortunately, that’s exactly what happened. President Trump delivered what many are calling his best speech to date, offering a message of unity and confidence. A CNN/Opinion Research poll showed that nearly 70 percent of Americans who watched the speech came away more optimistic about the direction of our country.   Of course, many will continue to disagree with our unified Republican government on conservative policy iss



 
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