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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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Rogers: Shinseki Must Step Down
(WASHINGTON, D.C.)—Following the release of a Department of Veterans Affairs Inspector General’s report, Congressman Mike Rogers called on Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign immediately.             Rogers said, “While Secretary Shinseki has served his country nobly, both as a veteran himself and as Secretary, it is time for new leadership in the Department of Veterans Affairs. The inspector general’s report confirms what seemed too appalling to be true – because of falsifying records and mismanagement at the VA, the health of many Veterans is in jeopardy. This includes a number of our nation’s Veterans that may have died while waiting for care. The mismanagement and neglect of duties detailed in these reports simply cannot be overlooked. Secretary Shinseki must take responsibility for the systemic problems plaguing the VA. I trust he will make the right decision for our nation’s Veterans.” Rogers added, “Responsibility starts at the top, and President Obama
Americans Want Accountability from Their Government
     About a year ago, Americans started seeing more media coverage of scandals involving the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups and the State Department’s continued lack of honesty about the events in Benghazi, Libya.      Both of these issues deserve more attention than they have gotten. Unfortunately, from my view and from many others across East Alabama, the Executive Branch has yet to take sufficient action to get to the bottom of either.      At least the House of Representatives stepped up to the plate. As Congress sought answers, Lois Lerner, the former IRS official, refused to testify before House Committees.      By treating conservative tax-exempt groups unfairly, the IRS trampled on one of Americans’ most deeply-held values – their First Amendment right to Free Speech. That’s wrong and Americans deserve the truth about what happened.      As a result, the House passed a Resolution holding Lois Lerner in contempt of Congress for her refusal.
Rogers: New EPA Rule Threatens Jobs and Family Budgets
(WASHINGTON, D.C.)—Congressman Mike Rogers made the following remarks after the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed new rules on power plants. These proposed rules would institute a new cap-and-trade system to demand a 30 percent cut in emissions from power plants.    “President Obama’s war on coal is a war on families and jobs. Although I am not surprised, I am deeply concerned with this job-threatening proposal from the EPA.  Congress rejected the Cap and Trade proposal four years ago, and now President Obama is seeking once again to go around Congress to implement his radical environmental agenda.” Rogers stated. Rogers added, “Our economy has struggled since President Obama has been in office. These proposals will increase electricity rates on all Alabama consumers, taking more money out of the wallets of hard-working Alabamians and forcing businesses to choose between jobs and paying for higher energy costs. The EPA’s new rule is bad news for our economy
Alabama lawmakers support bill that would make top-level VA changes easier



 
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