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The U.S. Representative for Alabama's 4th congressional district, serving since 1997.
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ENG: Robert Brown Aderholt (born July 22, 1965) is the U.S. Representative for Alabama's 4th congressional district, serving since 1997. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district includes most of the far northern suburbs of Birmingham, as well as the southern suburbs of Huntsville and Decatur. Early lfie Aderholt was born in Haleyville, where he still lives, to Mary Frances Brown and Bobby Ray Aderholt. Aderholt's father, a part-time minister for a small group of Congregational churches in northwest Alabama, was a circuit judge for more than 30 years, and his wife's father was a state commissioner and senator. He attended the University of North Alabama and then Birmingham-Southern College where he graduated. During college, Aderholt was a member of Kappa Alpha Order. ...
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Foreign companies shouldn't reap benefits from trade rules

In the wake of dismal national and state unemployment reports, it is clear now more than ever that we need more American jobs. One way to ensure American jobs are created is through fair trade. However, if a trade agreement hurts specific sectors of American society in order to give an advantage to foreign competitors, how does that reignite our manufacturing base and put Americans back to work? The Generalized System of Preference was designed to help industries in friendly countries provide U.S. businesses with cheaper products. When considering the terms of renewing GSP, it is ...

Congressman Robert Aderholt sponsors textile trade bill

Congressman Robert Aderholt (AL-04) submitted a bill in the House of Representatives that would correct trade rules to help the domestic textile manufacturing industry. The legislation, a companion bill to S. 433 introduced by Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) would modernize and reauthorize the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) through 2012, along with the Andean Trade Preference Act.“This bill will keep jobs in America and ensure that companies like Exxel Outdoors, Inc. are able to compete on an even playing field with international industries who aren’t subject to the same ...

Aderholt Supports Budget Control Act of 2011

Congressman Robert Aderholt (AL-04), today issued the following statement after the Budget Control Act of 2011, passed the United States House of Representatives by 218-210. The Budget Control Act cuts and caps discretionary spending, takes measures to eliminate waste, fraud and abuse in multiple federal programs, requires the consideration of a balanced budget amendment and provides a $900 billion debt limit increase ensuring the continued financial stability of the United States. “The Budget Control Act passed today may not be a perfect piece of legislation, however it provides ...

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