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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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GUEST COLUMN: Woodall takes stock of success in the first 100 days
The big things take time. They always do. We all prefer immediate results that align exactly with our own notion of what’s best, but such scenarios rarely exist — if at all — and certainly not when building consensus in a place like Washington, D.C. That said, in the first 100 days of President Trump’s presidency, we’ve seen a great deal of forward progress. Now I read the same newspapers you all do, and I see the same striking absence of these success stories, but that is not because there aren’t any to report. From confirming a conservative Constitutionalist such as Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, to repealing 13 Obama-era regulations that grew federal government and stifled economic growth, to saving taxpayers $18 billion annually by eliminating federal red tape, America has come a long way in a short time. Those successes include more legislative activity in the first 100 days than any other president since Truman — 28 measures signed by the president, to be ex
Washington Watch - 5/1/17
PRESIDENT TRUMP’S FIRST 100 DAYS Saturday marked the 100th day that President Trump has been our Commander-in-Chief. Though there have been some stumbling blocks along the way so far, I’m proud of what we have already accomplished together. Congress and President Trump have worked together to pass 28 bills into law so far – the largest number since President Truman was in office. We’ve confirmed a new U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice. We’re experiencing the lowest level of illegal border crossings since the year 2000. And it’s been 16 years since our nation’s consumer confidence rating has reached the levels that it is today. These are positive signs for the future, and they give me hope that they will allow us to overcome those issues that are dividing us today so that we can produce results for the American people tomorrow.  CLICK BELOW to watch my floor speech about President Trump’s first 100 days Forsyth County News. Woodall takes stock of success in the
Woodall Votes to Repeal and Replace Obamacare, Restore Healthcare Options and Choice
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives approved H.R. 1628, the “American Health Care Act (AHCA),” to repeal and replace Obamacare.  The first of a three-phased approach to restore choice, competition, and affordability to the American health insurance market, the legislation repeals one-size-fits-all policy and replaces it with patient choice. It grants much-needed flexibility for states while authorizing stability-funding for high risk pools aimed at reducing health care premiums, and it provides states for the first time the opportunity to design and build a better indigent care program for the under-served.  “It is a reality that Obamacare health care plans are failing and insurers are leaving the exchanges,” said Rep. Woodall.  “Premiums for the few plans that remain are skyrocketing under the current broken system put in place by Obamacare, and deductibles are often so high that families are effectively left without insurance altogether.  Tens o
WOODALL: Broken promises should not be end of story
Gwinnett Daily Post-For all of its supporters’ sincere high hopes, Obamacare has been failing for a long time. With its long-expected collapse nearing, the time to come together around a better way is now. A full-time student with a part-time job contacted me recently to tell me he couldn’t afford the insurance that the Obamacare […]



 
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