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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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District Connection - 8/29/16
GEORGIA’S BRIGHTEST STUDENTS LIVE IN THE 7TH DISTRICT Here at home, in Washington, and all across the country we often have the discussion about the benefits of keeping education at the local level, but in the 7th District, we have the distinct advantage of being able to point to very real, very significant success using that approach.  Both Forsyth and Gwinnett County schools are highly regarded in Georgia and across the nation as high-achieving, results-oriented systems – and that isn’t due to a federal mandate, but rather the commitment of our local educators and the hard-work of our students.  You may have seen in the news last week that Forsyth County seniors achieved the highest composite ACT scores of any district in the state while besting the state and national averages. Their neighbor to the south – Gwinnett County schools – is no stranger to national recognition as it has twice been the recipient of the Broad Prize for the best urban education system in the cou
Forsyth Central team finalist in national STEM competition
Forsyth Herald– One group of students from Forsyth Central High School is using the summer vacation to continue learning, and it’s paying off. The team entered the 2016 eCybermission STEM program in hopes of just placing, let alone finishing a state winner, a national finalist and winning the Army Values award. STEM stands for science, […]
Woodall says Savannah port grant example of new infrastructure goals
Gwinnett Daily Post– The Port of Savannah is getting $44 million from the federal government to do work on its on-dock container transfer facilities, U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall’s office announced on Wednesday. The congressman’s office said a Fostering Advancements in Shipping and Transportation for the Long-Term Achievement of National Efficiencies — or FASTLANE for short […]
Short Term Highway Funding Bill Advances in U.S. House
PeachPundit– With money running out to pay for maintenance and construction of roads and bridges, including here in Georgia, the House of Representatives on Wednesday passed H.R. 3038, the “Highway and Transportation Funding Act,” by a vote of 312-119. All of the Peach State’s Democrats voted in favor of the bill, along with Republicans Rick […]



 
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