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ENG: Michael Dennis "Mike" Rogers (born July 16, 1958), is the U.S. Representative for Alabama's 3rd congressional district, serving since 2003. He is a member of the Republican Party. the United Way, Rogers enrolled at the Birmingham School of Law along with his wife, Beth, and upon graduating with honors began a general law practice in Anniston. Three years later he started his own firm, which grew to become Anniston's largest. In 1994 he won a seat in the Alabama House of Representatives, and became Minority leader in his second term there. In 2002, Bob Riley successfully ran for governor, leaving the 3rd district vacant. Democrats had reapportioned the seat and the black population of the district had increased from 25% to 32% as a result. Rogers easily won the Republican ...
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Still Not Enough Jobs

As you may have recently seen in the news, the national unemployment rate crept up to 9.2 percent for the month of June. This marks the highest unemployment rate this year and is the third consecutive month the jobless rate has ticked up. According to the Alabama Bureau of Labor Statistics, the state’s unemployment rate for May 2011 was up 9.6 percent, up a tenth of a percent from last year and up .3 percent since April 2011. This means over 200,000 Alabamians are out of work. All this news just confirms what folks in East Alabama already know - the debate in Washington must be about ...

Rogers Statement on Passage of Budget Control Act

Congressman Mike Rogers made the following statement today after S. 627, the Budget Control Act passed the House of Representatives by a vote of 218 to 210. All six Republican members of the Alabama delegation supported the bill. Following the vote Rogers said, “This bill, though not perfect, is the closest thing to a solution to our nation’s debt crisis on the table now for a vote. This bill immediately mandates real spending cuts while denying President Obama his requested blank check to keep up his out-of-control spending spree. Then it requires both the House and Senate to ...

Rep. Mike Rogers: Still Waiting for Economic Recovery

June 17th marks the one year anniversary of what President Obama called the ‘Recovery Summer.’ That summer, just a year ago, was when everything was predicted to begin turning around for the better. The economy was going to improve because Congress passed $1.6 trillion in stimulus spending and jobs would be plentiful. Yet, all of us across East Alabama are still waiting for that recovery to come. Today the United States sits at over $14 trillion in debt, and has an economy that simply hasn’t kicked in. Our country has suffered through 28 consecutive months of unemployment ...

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A Look Ahead for the Strategic Forces Subcommittee
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – The House Armed Services Strategic Forces subcommittee, chaired by Congressman Mike Rogers (R-AL), will hold a joint subcommittee hearing with Chairman Ted Poe (R-TX) of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade titled “Russian Arms Control Cheating and the Administration’s Response.”  It will take place Wednesday, December 10th at 2:00p.m. in 2118 Rayburn House Office Building. The purpose of this hearing is to conduct oversight on Administration responses to Russia’s record of violation and noncompliance with its arms control obligations.  Earlier this year, after years of pressure from Congress, including by Chairman Rogers, the Administration finally acknowledged Russia is violating the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty.  The FY15 National Defense Authorization Act, recently passed by the House of Representatives, included legislative provisions authored by Chairman Rogers to begin to deal
Rogers: Keep Pressure on Putin
(WASHINGTON, DC)— East Alabama Congressman Mike Rogers (R) announced today that he will continue in 2015 as Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee’s Strategic Forces subcommittee. Rogers says as Chairman he plans to keep up the pressure on foreign leaders like Russia’s president Vladimir Putin, who continues his aggressive push into European territory like Crimea and Ukraine, including illegally seizing the territory of Crimea. Rogers said the panel’s work is critical for keeping the nation’s defenses strong in a dangerous world. “I am honored to be continuing my work as Chairman of this subcommittee and plan to make sure we have the strategic capabilities in place and available to provide for our national security and that of our allies. It is Congress' responsibility under our Constitution to provide for the armed forces, and I intend to see that ours remain the best trained and equipped in the world,” Rogers said. The Strategic Forces subcommittee has jurisdict
Rogers' LTE Response to Sen. Feinstein's Nuclear Proposal
Giving Back Across East Alabama
(WASHINGTON, DC)— Folks across East Alabama are in the Christmas spirit, giving both tangible gifts and the gifts of their time to those in need. During the Holiday season, I like to highlight some of the generosity of people across the Third District. The following examples are just a few of the inspiring people and organizations we have in East Alabama. For some families, the back to school season brings the financial stress of buying school supplies. In Ragland, Ms. Eleanor Clinkscales helps ease the pain for some students in need by partnering with local church groups to outfit 100 students with all of their school supplies. In Cleburne County, the Heflin-based group Helping Every Area Resident to Succeed along with Wedowee-based Reaching Out International provided 600 families with much-needed groceries – all in one day! Opelika’s Storybook Farm opened a new riding arena in October. The organization serves more than 800 special needs participants every year by allowing the c

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