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The U.S. Representative for Georgia's 7th congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: William Robert Woodall III (born February 11, 1970) is the U.S. Representative for Georgia's 7th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. Prior to being elected to congress, he was the Chief of Staff to U.S. Congressman John Linder (R-GA). He worked for Linder from 1994 to 2010. Early life, education, and career Woodall was born in Athens, GA. He attended both public and private grade schools, and graduated from Marist HS in 1988. He attended Furman University followed by law school at the University of Georgia. While attending law school, he spent summers working in a Washington, D.C. law firm. He dropped out of law school after the summer of 1994 to work for his hometown U.S. Representative John Linder. Rob later finished law school in 1998. U.S. ...
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WOODALL: Never forget, but also move forward


As difficult as it is for most Americans to believe, for almost every elementary school student Sept. 11, 2001, is as intangible an event as Pearl Harbor is to those of us born after that infamous day in 1941. Like many of you, I learned about Pearl Harbor in school. I have visited the USS Arizona memorial in Hawaii, but Dec. 7, 1941, affects me differently than it does my grandparents who lived the aftermath on Dec. 8, who listened to President Roosevelt speak over their radio, and whose friends and family left home to fight in a foreign land. They will never forget how Pearl Harbor "feels," ...


WOODALL: Never forget, but also move forward


As difficult as it is for most Americans to believe, for almost every elementary school student Sept. 11, 2001, is as intangible an event as Pearl Harbor is to those of us born after that infamous day in 1941. Like many of you, I learned about Pearl Harbor in school. I have visited the USS Arizona memorial in Hawaii, but Dec. 7, 1941, affects me differently than it does my grandparents who lived the aftermath on Dec. 8, who listened to President Roosevelt speak over their radio, and whose friends and family left home to fight in a foreign land. They will never forget how Pearl Harbor "feels," ...


WOODALL: FairTax means jobs


I’ve been in Congress for a little more than six months now, and not a single day has gone by without a call for more jobs, more innovation and faster economic recovery. We wonder why foreign investment continues to stay overseas and our own American companies are flocking to foreign shores as fast as they can. All the while, our corporate tax rate remains the highest in the industrialized world, our federal government continues to punish productivity, and roughly $431 billion will be wasted this year trying to comply with our baffling tax code. We continue to ask the questions, but the ...


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Washington Watch - 11/20/17
HISTORIC TAX REFORM BILL PASSES THE HOUSE Last week the House made good on one of its promises to American families: passing a once-in-a-generation reform for our nation’s outdated and onerous income tax code. I was proud to join my colleagues in supporting H.R. 1, the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” because it takes the first major step in decades to putting American workers on a level playing field with foreign competition.  This means fewer jobs leaving America and many more jobs coming here.  Further, H.R. 1 eliminates scores of lobbyist deductions, exemptions, exceptions and carve-outs that have littered the tax code for decades.  As a result of ending these benefits for the few, tax rates come down for the many—meaning less money will be withheld from every paycheck in 2018 and beyond.  Not only that, ending all of these complicated carve-outs means that April 15th will become less stressful than ever before.   Each year leading up to Tax Day, the number one complaint I
District Connection - 11/27/17
CONTINUE SUPPORTING OUR NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESSES I hope that you all enjoyed a blessed and festive Thanksgiving with your friends and families, and for many of you, that probably included a trip to the stores on Black Friday or Small Business Saturday to begin your search for the perfect gift. For the next few weeks, the shopping will certainly continue, and as it does, I hope that you will consider spending a little more of your money at our local Forsyth and Gwinnett businesses. The hard-working merchants in our communities are the lifeblood of our neighborhoods. I have had the pleasure of visiting many of these businesses over my years serving you as your Congressional representative, and it’s my hope that we can extend Small Business Saturday beyond one day, and into the rest of the year. AJC. Small Business Saturday focuses on shopping at mom-and-pop stores Cumming Local. Small Business Saturday - shopping in Forsyth County Gwinnett Daily Post. Shoppers urged to support local
WOODALL: Looking to the past and future – We’re grateful
Gwinnett Daily Post-So many things change over time. Seasons and holidays pass year after year, leaders come and go, but through it all, a great many things stay the same. In a world filled with inevitable — and oftentimes rapid — change, I’m grateful that we pause as a nation to celebrate the enduring principles […]
Woodall, House Clear Legislation Promoting Second Amendment
Washington, D.C. – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 38, the “Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act,” to enable those properly authorized to carry a concealed firearm in their state to also carry that concealed firearm in any state that offers concealed carry privileges. The measure reaffirms the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms, while satisfying the concerns of many conservative Members of Congress that it could supersede or limit the Tenth Amendment rights of any state to permit private persons or entities to prohibit or restrict the possession of concealed firearms on their property.  U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall (GA 07), who is among those conservatives who have that concern, supported the bill, and applauded its protections of both the Second and Tenth Amendments to the Constitution. “Today in the House, we passed H.R. 38, the ‘Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act,’ which I was glad to see address not only the reciprocity issue among states across the co



 
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